Welcome to Birmingham Clubs for Young People
The Birmingham Federation of Clubs for Young People is a registered charity working with young people from Birmingham and the surrounding areas. Around since 1928 and known as the 'Fed' by everybody we are still keen as ever to play a positive development role in young people's lives.
The 'Fed' annually provides a range of activities featuring sport, art and training events. We work in partnership with youth clubs, sports clubs and youth projects helping leaders, volunteers and paid staff deliver services that young people value.
We can offer your organisation a whole range of experiences from camping to a fully catered option at one of our following centres.
The Bilberry Hill Centre at the foot of the 500 acre Lickey Hills Country Park can accommodate 68 visitors residentially and is open to children‘s, youth and community groups as well as schools. Self-catered and catered options are available. The Day Visitor Centre is open to groups who prefer to make a day-time visit to the ‘Lickeys’ and need a base to carry out field work.
The Log Cabin and Campsite surrounded by beautiful woodlands close to the picturesque Earlswood Lakes can accommodate 20 visitors in the Log Cabin. The 106 bedded Tent Village is fully fitted out camping facility whilst there is still plenty of room for the traditional camper to come along with their own equipment. The Norman King Centre is available to day visitors.
Lastly, we act as booking agents for a centre close to the majestic Malvern Hills and near to the historic cities of Worcester, Gloucester and Hereford. The Highball Country Centre is on the outskirts of the quiet village of Hanley Swan and has plenty of space in its grounds for youngsters to let off steam. Dormitory accommodation for 60 visitors in a range of different sized rooms.