Looking for something to do in East Cambridgeshire?
Whether it is finding a safe space to hang out, a youth club, discovering a new sporting activity or volunteering opportunities, we can help signpost you to some great places and opportunities.
The Cambridgeshire Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme
The Cambridgeshire Holiday Activities and Food (HAF) programme offers holiday scheme places for free during the Easter, Summer and Christmas school holidays to eligible primary and secondary school children and young people.
Families receiving income-related free school meals, newly arrived refugee families and families who are struggling financially, are eligible. Families who meet one of the eligibility criteria should contact their school for further information or email The HAF Team.
Participating summer holiday schemes offer up to 64 hours attendance for no charge. Every scheme provides a healthy lunch and snacks along with a variety of fun experiences. Please see below for further details:
Play areas and open spaces
Looking for a play area? Visit our play areas page to find details of all the Council managed play areas in the District.
We are very lucky to have many open spaces in our District. We like to hear about them from young people.
If you use the Ely Country Park, please let us know your thoughts by completing our survey.
There are opportunities for youth clubs and groups to apply for funding. A list of some of the organisations who offer grants, or give advice on searching for, and applying for funds are listed below. If you are seeking funding for a youth protect, please contact Stephanie Jones at East Cambridgeshire District Council who may be able to signpost to further funding opportunities. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01353 665555.
New Youth Groups
Are you interested in establishing a new youth group? Both Voluntary Community Action East Cambs (VCAEC) and Cambridge Council for Voluntary Services (CCVS), can offer advice and training to voluntary groups in East Cambridgeshire.
Please visit their websites for further details:
Your local library has a wide range of activities and facilities for young people.
Other links you may find useful:
- Information on free public wifi, and free use of pc's
- Toilets, find your local library and check their facilities.
There is a host of information on books, reading challenges and more: