Wick Youth Club was established in 1976 and is a registered charity. It provides services to children and adults alike and also prides itself in providing facilities to enable disabled groups to meet. We have disabled access and a lift.
Sports clubs including badminton, football and basketball hire the Club on a regular basis and local dancing schools.
We hold regular children’s clubs throughout the week. Our premises are spacious and warm and we always provide a warm welcome to everyone.
We hire out to parties and also provide kitchen facilities should anyone need them.
If you would like to get in contact with us for hiring the club for a group or a party or just a general enquiry please do not hesitate to get in touch with us. Details under 'Contact Us'
"We from the Multiple Sclerosis Caithness Club use Wick Youth Club for our weekly meetings and would highly recommend the administrators for the smooth running of same.
It is a truly delightful place for our meetings. It is warm and spotlessly clean and has a wonderful kitchen and great disabled toilet facilities, We are made to feel very welcome and nothing is a bother to the staff who are very, very helpful. It is also a great place for the youth of the town for meetings or any other such clubs.
We would highly recommend it. Having used several different facilities in the past for our meetings none reaches the status of Wick Youth Club."
- Multiple Sclerosis Caithness Club, a group which hires the club on a weekly basis.
As chairperson and longtime volunteer at Wick Youth Club, I have not found such a great place to volunteer my time aiding in the running of the club to helping manage the Rosebank Playing Fields and also volunteering at our various children's clubs. I also volunteer part of my time at Caithness Voluntary Group as an administrative assistant and I did at Wick High School and as part of my local youth forum. Through the youth club and this, I was selected to be one of the very few baton bearers for the Queen's Baton Relay as part of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. It made a spectacular day when I had the wonderful opportunity to run into the Rosebank Playing Fields where Wick Youth Club were holding a massive Baton Relay Family Fun Day. I just hope to inspire more young people to volunteer through this. It really brings the community together and that is why I volunteer.
- Cameron Reid, chairperson of Wick Youth Club Management Committee
"I write on behalf of Sheila’s Open Door to express my sincere gratitude to the Manager and Staff of Wick Youth Club.
Our members are all young disabled from within the local community and we meet each week to provide activities, companionship and respite for family members.
In the time that we have been meeting in Wick Youth Club we have always found the Manager and Staff to be extremely respectful and kind, the facilities are excellent, clean and well maintained and we are extremely happy with the services provided.
I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in the running of the organisation and hope to continue to use your excellent services for many years to come."
- Sheila's Open Door, a group which hires the club on a weekly basis.