Translation of youth club in Spanish:

youth club

club de jóvenes, n.

noun

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    club de jóvenes masculine
    • The trip has been organised in conjunction with a youth club in Harsun, Germany.
    • The youth club catered for various activities like music, dance drama and poetry.
    • Plans are being finalised for the opening of the youth club in the old school.
    • That means the decent young people lose their youth club and the thugs win the day.
    • There is a youth club, summer camp and Halloween disco run in conjunction with the community hall.
    • The village opened its first youth club last summer and since then vandalism has not been a problem.
    • We don't need a leisure centre, a youth club or a swimming pool, we demand it.
    • Another £50,000 would be allocated to build a new youth centre and skate park in the town.
    • Instead the pub will be transformed into a youth club with direct input from the young people themselves.
    • A group of teenagers in Westbury have vowed to secure a skate park for their youth centre despite recent setbacks.
    • The only provision was a youth club which ran two nights a week at Oaken Grove School.
    • The more leaders the more young people will be able to get involved in the youth club.
    • She said the centre, which is run by volunteers, does a lot for young people in the village including running a youth club.
    • Members of Great Bardfield Parish Council and the organisers of the village youth club are now counting the cost of the arson.
    • The studio has been funded by a grant secured by young people who attend the youth centre each week.
    • The youth club on Ryelands Park said the young people wanted to collect for a bench to go outside the venue.
    • A youth club set up for children in a deprived seaside resort has been closed after cruel thieves stole a haul of their equipment.
    • Even when the youth centre is closed, said Coun Allen, groups of young people congregate in the shelter of its walls.
    • The new priest didn't get on with young people so the youth club began to deteriorate.
    • A permanent youth worker is now in place on the estate to work with youngsters and try to organise a youth club and other activities for them.