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    Army Cadets

    If you want to aim higher, feel more confident and get a head start on your future join the Army Cadets. Every year thousands of young people and adult volunteers join the Army Cadets for fun, friendship, action and adventure. If you're over 12 and…


    Brownies is about trying new things that teach girls aged 7 to 10 about themselves, their community and their world Girls go along to camps, holidays, day trips and sleepovers. They get together with their friends at regular meetings where they learn new hobbies, get…


    Guides challenge themselves to get out there and do something different - and make great friends along the way! They have an exciting and varied programme designed to inspire and challenge girls from ages 10-14.  The Guide programme includes lots of different badges an awards to…
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    Inclusion Club at Carlisle Youth Zone

    Inclusion Club Inclusion Club is for anyone  (aged 8-25) who may need additional support or prefers a calmer and smaller environment. Many of our members who attend inclusion club also attend our other clubs across the weeks. Information about these clubs can be found on…


    Rainbows ia a fun and exciting programme for girls aged 4 to 7 (5 in some areas). Rainbows is all about developing self-confidence, building friendships, learning new things and having fun. Girls get their hands dirty with arts and crafts, get in touch with nature…

    Wigton Wombles

    Wigton wombles is an after school provision for young people aged 8+ Inspired by the original Wombles the group collect and recycle litter in creative ways. Wigton Wombles identify local areas to clean up and promote the benefits of looking after their local environment. 
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