BICP - The Community Centre
BICP - Youth Group The Blue Butterfly Cafe

The Youth Group

First Youth Group Session - Friday 16th April

11 to 13 year olds (inc. year 6, 11 year olds) - 6:00 to 8:00pm
14 to 18 year olds - 8:30 to 10:30
Entrance 50p
Drinks, toasties, jacket potatoes and snakes available.

There will be a youth group on Friday nights - which will be split by age group and there will be an entrance fee. Activities will include: pool table, table football, age-appropriate wii games and videos, air hockey, refreshments, and music.

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The club will be run in accordance with Warwickshire Association of Youth Clubs guidance in terms of training, CRB checks, adult to youth ratios etc.

We really hope that everyone in the village feels that it is a fitting end for what was the British Legion building and will now provide a dedicated facility for Bishops’ young people, and offer everyone an opportunity to house their own groups, events or just come and hang out and meet people in the café.

If you would like to enquire about any of the activities listed, volunteer at the youth group, or discuss your own ideas, then please contact one of these committee members:

Hazel Sweetman on 612593 or Michelle Tuerena on 613117



The Blue Butterfly Café

Visit The Village Café in The Community Centre (next to the Butchers Arms). Our traditional tearoom is the ideal meeting place to relax and enjoy homemade cakes, confectionery, hot/cold lite bites, speciality loose leaf teas, freshly ground coffees, plus a selection of soft drinks; eat in or takeaway.

For details of our opening times, menu and activities find us on our Facebook page.

Find us on Facebook - The Blue Butterfly Café

The Blue Butterfly Cafe

 

 

About Bishops Itchington Community Project (BICP)

The centre has been refurbished and equipped using funding from: Orbit Housing, Awards for All, BI Parish Council, O2 and we would like to thank the many volunteers who have helped; demolish, rebuild, paint, clean, fetch and carry, fit kitchens, mend fences, create artwork, donate items, make soft furnishings and offer moral support; and the several tradesmen who have worked tirelessly for little pay to help us solve the many problems we have encountered in recommissioning an old but much loved building.

The centre will be run purely by volunteers and we will seek funding for special events or purchases of equipment but in the day-to-day running costs will be covered by the proceeds from the cafe and the youth group. We are now applying for funding to provide equipment and specialist help to get the community garden underway and to set up pottery and cookery classes.

Anyone is welcome to hire the hall and we have interest in short mat bowls, the rural cinema and craft sessions for kids so far. More details to follow.

If you wish to book the hall or cafe area for clubs/groups/one of events etc. please contact Michelle Tuerena on 01926 613117.

Orbit Housing
Awards for All
O2


© Bishops Itchington Community Project 2015