What’s On?

Ashton Park Sports Centre

Situated in the grounds of Ashton Park Secondary School, the sports centre is a dual use facility meaning that during the school day the sports facilities are used by the school pupils. After school hours, weekends and school holidays the sports facilities are available for community use.

The sports centre has it’s own fitness suite which is open for community use at all times during opening hours, no restrictions apply during school hours.

Ashton Park Sports Centre is a self sustaining business, it relies purely on income generated by community use therefore we strongly encourage and aim to achieve as much local community use as possible to keep us sustainable and in operation.

We aim to meet the needs of the community to increase participation and offer a varied programme of activities with professional qualified staff at hand as stated in our mission statement.

The Rock Project

The Rock Project is the UK & Ireland’s premier school for children’s contemporary music tuition. We offer group lessons in electric guitar, bass guitar, drums and vocals and the opportunity for young people aged 7-18 years old to put their musical skills into practice by performing regularly each week as part of a band.  See www.therockproject.com/south-west-

Playing Out – Make your street a place to play

Playing Out are here to support children to be able to play out in the streets where they live.

You can find all you need to start regular ‘playing out’ sessions in your street or neighbourhood, as well as ideas, stories and inspiration gathered from people all over the UK and beyond on their website.


Youth, play, and Bristol Youth Links

Bristol Youth Links provides high quality, safe and reliable services for children and young people aged 8 to 19 (and up to 24 for those with learning difficulties).

Bristol City Council is investing over £22 million in youth and play services to ensure activities are joined up and effective. Bristol Youth Links brings together this wide range of services, such as youth groups, play services, advice and guidance, and support to help young people volunteer and get involved in their communities.

For more information see the Bristol City Council website.


Where to go and what to do in Bristol

Go Places to Play (8-12 year olds)


Rife Guide (13-19 year olds) – The ultimate guide for what’s happening in Bristol for young people.







South Bristol Youth

South Bristol Youth We are a consortium of six schools, two community organisations and two universities who work together to provide projects and development opportunities for the young people of south Bristol.

We run a range of exciting and innovative programmes and events which encourage the development of young people in many different ways. As well as running our own projects, we also work with associate partners to deliver a wide range of activities all over Bristol.

Please see our website for full details and ask in your school if you want to be involved.


Sport4life: Sports activities for 14 to 25 yr olds

Sport4life is a Bristol City Council initiative and it runs sport and exercise activities across Bristol for anyone aged 14 to 25yrs. To take part in a sport or fitness activity you will need you to register your details on the Bristol City Council website. Alternatively, you can sign up online to receive the What’s On Guide. You can also find Sport4life on Facebook and Twitter.