Here’s a run down of all the community and youth clubs held in Marlow for school age children. These run after school or at weekends.
Community and Youth Clubs running in Marlow
For children aged 6 to 8 years. 3rd Marlow Bridge Beavers run in a hall near the Prince of Wales pub on Monday and Tuesday evenings during term time.
The Army Cadets Marlow parade on Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 7:30 and 9:30pm at the cadet centre on Institute road. They accept young people who are at least 12 and in Year 8 (or above) at school.
For girls aged 7 to 10, brownies is about trying new things that teach girls about themselves, their community and their world. Brownies in Marlow runs at the Girl Guiding Centre near Marlow Bridge on Mon, Tue, Wed and Thur evenings.
They meet on Tuesday and Friday evenings between 19:30 and 21:30 at their Headquarters on Wethered Road. They accept new cadets from the age of 10 to 18yrs. The 10 and 11 year olds meet only on Friday evenings, with the 12 to 18 year olds meeting on both Tuesday and Friday.
For children aged 8 to 10 1/2yrs . 3rd Marlow Bridge Cubs run in a hall near the Prince of Wales pub on Tuesday and Thursday evenings.
The 1811 (Marlow) Air Cadets meet every Wednesday and Friday at the Joint Cadet Centre on Institute road. They accept young people who are at least 12 and in Year 8 (or above) at school.
For girls from 10-14, the Guide programme includes lots of different badges and awards that your child can choose from. Sessions take place Monday and Wednesday evenings at the Girl Guide Centre near Marlow Bridge.
For children aged 10.5 to 14yrs. 3rd Marlow Bridge runs in a hall near the Prince of Wales pub on Fridays evenings.
For girls aged 5-7, the Rainbows section of Girl Guiding is all about learning by doing and having fun. In Marlow sessions are held in the Girl Guiding Centre near the bridge on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Saturday mornings.
For girls from 14 to 18, a programme designed around girls personal development, helping them to gaining valuable, transferable skills and to stand up for what they believe in. Sessions run alternate Thursday evenings at the Girl Guide Centre near Marlow Bridge.