About Our Project

Pavillion Youth Café is a charity youth organisation based in Easterhouse, Glasgow. Here at The Pavillion we aim to provide a safe and welcoming environment for all the children and young people in the local area. We work closely with our young people to develop a fun and engaging program of activities. From arts and crafts and cooking to issue based workshops and sports activities there’s something for everyone.

Welcome to Pavillion

Being a diverse youth club, our team offers a range of many different and unique skill sets which guarantees that you won't be bored with the vast range of activities and groups that we have on offer for our young people: homework club, computing, sports, trips, cooking, gardening, arts and crafts, and lots lots more.

Come along for the whole session, or part of the session if you can't make it all. Try it out and see if you like it.

Homework club is for all school ages.

Youth drop-in sessions for 8 to 18 years Refer to our timetable for more information.

At The Pavillion we have a zero tolerance policy towards any kind of bullying/harassment, if you have any concerns please speak with one of the Team Leaders (Emma or Shauna) they will be more than happy to work to resolve the issue.

The Project Aims

  • Providing an adaptable range of social development opportunities that offer optimism and builds confidence for non-academics in a secure all-inclusive environment. 

  • Engaging with Stakeholders such as Primary and secondary schools, Parent and Teacher Groups, Glasgow Council, amongst others.

  • Making participation in a programme of recreational choices increasingly accessible for the community

  • Delivery of relaxation and self-awareness in an environment where youths are confident to be at the levels they can be

  • Identifying and addressing existing and potential barriers to personal participation

  • Addressing gaps between demand for, and supply of, available recreational facilities

  • Promoting the range and depth of outlets in Easterhouse and surrounding areas

  • Making choice and participation easier for the community

  • Promoting the role and contributions of youths in the wider society

  • Promoting opportunities for people to become involved in the organisation

  • Completing the journey during education to The Pavillion leading to employer recruitment or the development of a more positive spirit