© Copyright Crazee Kidz Club 2011 - 2017
HMRC Registered Charity (XT 39138)
Handed out the first cheques to local community group from the glass recycling scheme
Joined forces with "Friends of North Lodge Park" to provide children activities in North Lodge Park.
Held our first weekend away
Worked alongside Cromer Parish Church to put on a special Pancake Party for pancake day
Gains funding for a Warm & Well project looking after the older generation and young carers in the area during the winter months.
We started collecting glass for recycling following the removal by the local council to help raise funds for localand national charities as well as ourselves.
We teamed up with our local Morrisons in Cromer and helped them raise money for their charity of the year by bag packing.
A second Little Stars group opens in Sheringham.
A new 11+ group called "Hooligans" is launched.
Expanded our Recycling Scheme to include printer ink cartridges
Started annual Christmas meal for the older generation of the village and surrounding area
Stopped collecting cans within our recycling scheme
Two of our junior leaders become young commissioners on the youth hub for North Norfolk and have a say how youth work in the area is delivered.
Becomes a charity for tax purposes via HMRC
Completed the first "Young Meets Old" session as part of our work towards the Norfolk Youth Award
Started to hire out a bouncy castle and a mobile disco. Started a new mother and toddler group in Roughton called "Little Stars".
Stopped collecting Scrap Metal within our Recycling Scheme
Joined the Norfolk Youth Awards which encourages and rewards young people for taking part in the running of local groups and events.
Took over the running of the village's family pancake races.
We started to collect paper in our paperbank to help raise funds for the club.
We started to look at extending what the club offers and how often we meet. This include moving the club some times another village in the area
We changed our e-mail address and launched our website.
Gained a SAFER status from the local child protection board for our efforts to keep child safe with our policies and training. Decided to do another scrap metal run. Started planning on our long delayed young meets old sessions.
Finished training all leaders in a vary of subjects including Child Protection, First Aid and Food Hygiene
Held our first fun day on the village common and despite the weather raised over £100.00. Also was given a donation from Morrisons for almost £100.00 from their recycling centre collections.
Finished the first run of scrap metal and raised over £1300.00 for club funds.
Joined www.easyfundraising.org.uk and now raise money every time we shop with over 200 suppliers on the web.
Held our first annual Ten Pin Bowling Challenge where the winner won a cup and had their name put on our special shield
Extended our can bank collection to anything which had metal in.
Held a Christmas raffle to raise funds and got over 25 prizes from local business.
Run a special Halloween Party and had our largest number to date (28).
The start of our second year and 1 junior leader joining the team. We also started our can bank to encourage the members to collect food and drink cans to be recycled and raise money for youth club.
Our first Annual General Meeting, where we decided to extend our age limit to 16 and to encourage Junior leaders to attend (anyone aged 14 plus).
Numbers kept at a healthy number and the leadership team decided to book dates for another year.More grants applied for.
Started a new year and decided to apply for grants and to do legal checks on all leaders due to oursuccess of our trail evenings.
It was decided from our first term to run the club until the summer of 2010
Was given some equipment from a nearby youth club which closed due to low numbers. Received sponsorship from Bumphrey Builders and Cromer Grill for the hire of the village hall for our first year.
We ran a competition to name the club and to design a logo. The competition was open to the members from Crazee Kidz Club and was voted on by the members to be our name.
Roughton Youth Club was launched with 19 young people turning up. The ages were between 7-14.
Final details and posters made for the first session and decided to run a group until Christmas
The results from the questionnaires pointed to a need for a youth club and then a planning meeting was planned for any adults who wanted to help with the club. At that meeting we had 8 turn up and we started to plan for the first event
A small team got together to plan the start up of the club and from that came up with questionnaires which went into the local school as well as to every household in the village
This is were it all started with an idea that there was nowhere for the young people of Roughton and the surrounding area to go to.