As of 5th january 2021, Youth services will be changed in line with new Covid lockdown restrictions.
Zoom sessions will be operating on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday - please see schedule below
Please contact Tina, Lead Youth Worker for further information on additional 1-2-1 support available.


JusB is a community-based youth centre that works with young people during their journey to independence, helping them to make the most of their potential. Over our 16 years we have worked with thousands of young people. We are a thriving club in the heart of the Bromley area, which is fast becoming a vibrant and diverse community. Our mission ‘Inspire and enable young people to develop, be confident and value themselves' is even more relevant in today’s environment, as many young people and families struggle to cope in difficult times.


Through the year we strive to offer young people a variety of activities which will enable them to be better equipped for life's journey

We are appreciative of everyone who supports us in so many ways ... those who offer hours of volunteering and those who support us financially ... we could not continue without them and for this we are extremely grateful.



On behalf of the young people that we work with ...


Ned McWhirter
Project Manager



Inspire and enable young people to develop, be confident and value themselves



1.  Young people develop their independence and self- esteem.


2.  Young people discover and develop new skills and talents.


3. Young people  develop their social skills and sense of belonging.


4. Young people in challenging circumstances to improve their life chances.

5. Young people to avoid involvement in anti-social behaviour and crime both as victims and perpetrators.


Our Mission:


Inspire and enable young people to develop, be confident and value themselves

JusB is a charity.

It costs us £129,000

per year in running costs.

Help us out, please!

JusB relies on our volunteers. Find out about the many ways in which you can help.

JusB runs many projects throughout the year, all aiming to help young people in Bromley to develop into confident, happy adults.

A  Christmas message from our Project Manager

As we prepare to close our services for the Christmas holidays and come to the end of what has been a very challenging year for everyone I look back at what we, as a youth club, have achieved despite these challenges.

We have managed to keep our services going non-stop, and even through the lockdowns we provided Zoom and tailored sessions for our young people. For the first time ever we ran a summer programme for eight weeks, the whole of July and August, five days a week. Activities were outside and socially distanced and we continued to support young people through some of the most difficult times of their lives. During December we have taken part in an Advent Windows Trail, and have transformed our front windows to depict a winter snow scene.  This has been a community wide event in College Road along with our neighbours.  Please see pictures and video below.

All of this has had its challenges and staff have had to adapt to new ways of doing things. The first few Trustee meetings on Zoom certainly had their challenges too! But everyone persevered and we were able to continuously provide our usual excellent services to our young people.

Christmas will be very different for everyone this year, including us, and we have had to scale down activities like the Christmas party and have been unable to have the singing events that have been so successful in previous years. But throughout this period it is vital to recognise the importance of being there to support and encourage others around us.

In closing, I would like to wish you all a very happy, safe and peaceful Christmas

Ned McWhirter

Project Manager


December  2020

Prayer points for January

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Please let us know if you would like to receive our monthly prayer points via email  anne@jusb.co.uk

Art gallery



   Every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 3.30pm (except Bank           holidays)


          Join us to have fun, play games and share experiences.

Monday 18th January


Your Voice

Sharing achievements, update on coursework

Debate on what makes a good leader

Tuesday 19th January

(Extra session)


Poetry Machine

Workshop around proposed artwork for Bromley

Wednesday 20th January



Scavenger Hunt, Two Truths and a Lie.

Keep active yoga exercises

Friday 22nd  January



Superhero art competition

At one of our creative art sessions we learnt about descriptive art and portrait art. We had a lot of fun drawing Tina, who was the model for this on Zoom.

Well done to everyone for all the creative skills!

Celebrating end of term December 2020
Become a Trustee for JusB

We are actively looking to recruit volunteers who can bring diversity, enthusiasm and different skill sets to the existing Board of Trustees.  We would particularly welcome applications from all ethnic minority groups, people of all genders and especially younger applicants.  If this sounds like something you would be interested in getting involved with, we would like to hear from you.  For further information and the type of candidate we are looking for, please click the button below...

For a Trustee Information Pack, please contact

Ned McWhirter, Project Manager at ned@jusb.co.uk

Advent Trail Windows
Our Advent trail window was revealed on 8th December, as part of an exciting community event in College Road during December.  Did you see this?  If not, here are a few pictures and a video ...

The windows have been inspired, designed and created by young people and youth workers at JusB. 

Hope you enjoy them!

Watch our Advent  window video

JusB held a competition for young people to be creative and design an activities poster - here is the winning design on the left and the runner up on the right.  Well done!

October half-term project
The Half- Term Youth scheme ran from Wednesday – Friday 28th -30th October.

The young people used their creative skills and worked together to make decorations for the forthcoming Halloween event with bats, spiders and balloons, fairy lights and torches.

Discussed costumes and makeup and shared ideas.

On the day they prepared the pumpkins, created poetry and scary stories which was read out accompanied by mysterious mood music. We danced and sang to Thriller and listened to theme music which set the scene.


We also played games such as Wink Murder it was a good turnout which was thoroughly enjoyed. There was a well thought out workforce to produce the labour chains which hung over us like a labyrinth.  See the results below...

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Some of our young people who have received Jack Petchey awards for their achievements at JusB during 2020

Well done to all!

Turn up the sound and enjoy listening to the JusB anthem music track composed, performed and recorded by young people at our summer programme ...

Jack Petchey Annual Anthem Competition: The young people were encouraged to think of uplifting words that might be used and how in these changing times, to imagine positive outcomes for their futures, we then created sentences.  One of the young people came up with simple cords on her piano which we have used as a basis for the music. So we practiced in the park accompanied with keyboards

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Summer time activities

What a summer
we had...read all 
about it!

Zoom meetings can be a bit daunting looking at yourself in the camera, so to make it a bit more fun we all dressed up or wore masks at some JusB virtual club meetings!

Tina our new Lead Youth Engagement Worker has been working at JusB since January this year.
 Tina can be contacted by email: tina@jusb.co.uk in the first instance for youth work enquiries.
For all other enquiries please contact Ned, Project Manager on ned@jusb.co.uk

Please save used STAMPS & COLLECTABLES!  

We can turn used postage stamps and other items into funds. Special thanks to those who have been saving stamps and donated other items to us. If you are a church or other community based organisation and would like a collecting box, please get in touch and we can supply as soon as we are able.

We are not in a position to accept any stamp or orange box donations currently, but we will welcome them as soon as things return back to normal - thank you.


Summer programme
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Getting creative in Homework Club...

Profiterole making

Our Thursday evening

Kid's Fun Club

is now called



at Brook Lane 

For school years 6 - 7

term time only

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Help to reduce land fill and recycle items that JusB can use to turn into funds
We are still collecting used postage stamps and small ink cartridges to help raise funds for JusB.  Please save the stamps from all your envelopes. 
We have just received a cheque for £26 for recycling small ink cartridges and in 2019 have so far raised £71, giving a grand total of £274.55.
We are no longer able to accept the large office type toner cartridges any more, only the home computer ink cartridges.

​​Call us:

0208 464 2722

​Find us: 

51 College Road, Bromley, Kent, BR1 3PU  

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