Rose Hill Junior Youth Club is delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Chaundy to the role of Charity Director, as of 1st April 2022.Continue reading “Our new Director!”
RHJYC, with help from staff at Rose Hill Community centre and the Rose Hill Neighbourhood Police team, put together large food boxes to support families this Christmas.Continue reading “Festive food support 2021”
RHJYC worked together with Community groups, thanks to a donation from the ASDA Foundation, to create an amazing Christmas party attended by over 200 people!Continue reading “Community Christmas party 2021”
Film Oxford and RHJYC’s collaborative festival introduced over 250 people, including children and young people, to free creative and interactive activities, including an amazing lantern parade to end the day!Continue reading “Creative Light Festival 2021”
Rose Hill Junior Youth club’s food bank service was recently visited by Oxford’s Lord Mayor, Cllr Mark Lygo, who presented the team with a certificate to highlight the hard work done by the charity to re-distribute surplus food to local families.
Over the past 10 years, Rose Hill Junior Youth Club has played an important role in supporting local families in numerous ways.
Starting out as a small youth club in the old Community centre based at The Oval in Rose Hill, the club supported many community events, parent support groups and additional activities, before moving to Oxford City Council’s new-build Community centre in 2016.Continue reading “RHJYC celebrates 10th birthday”