Engaging young people and adults in activities such as sports and music to provide opportunities, focus and entertainment as well as developing their life skills to enhance their future opportunities.
Chapeltown Youth Development Centre is a charity founded to support under privileged people of the local community, an environment related to struggles with high gang crime and low wealth.
Through activities such as sports as well as charitably actions involving a free food bank and free food kitchen, CFYDC support people with their everyday lives.
The activities provided by CFYDC include; football, rugby, boxing, music and more. Through participation, people are given a focus and entertainment as well as the help to develop life skills, supported by coaches.
CFYDC is situated at the Prince Philip Centre, Scott Hall Road in inner-city, north Leeds. With a wide range of facilities it is an ideal location and environment to provide positive activities for young people to develop.
The sole purpose of CYDC’s existence is to make a difference in young people’s lives. It provides opportunities for young people to participate in a range of sports, self-development and educational activities. CYDC caters for young people and adults regardless of background, race, religion, ethnicity or gender. The centre is open to all regardless of ability or disability. It caters for children from all over the Leeds area but particularly those from the inner city areas of north and north east Leeds
Also known as G.A.N.G – Guiding A New Generation