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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 20 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 statement 'to serve young people by accompanying them through thick and thin on their journey to independence'  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 ...



Project Manager

Our Mission, Vision & Outcomes:




To serve young people by accompanying them through thick and thin on their journey to independence.


A brighter future for young people in Bromley

Our key outcomes:

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


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  improve their life chances.

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


To serve young people by accompanying them through thick and thin on their journey to independence

JusB is a charity.

It costs us £150,000

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.

Closure Announcement 

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the closure of JusB after 20 years of dedicated service to children and young people in our community, effective March 1, 2024.

Despite the tremendous efforts of our staff, volunteers and supporters, we regret to inform you that we have not been able to secure the necessary funding to sustain our operations.  This decision was not made lightly, and we share in the profound sadness that accompanies this announcement.

Since our inception, JusB has been committed to providing a safe, secure, and supportive space for children and young persons to thrive.  We are immensely proud of the positive impact we have made in the lives of countless individuals and families, and we are grateful for the unwavering support of our community throughout the years.

We extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who has contributed to the success of JusB, including our dedicated staff, volunteers, donors and partners.  Your hard work, commitment, and resilience have been instrumental in shaping our organisation and empowering the young people we serve.

Once again, we thank you for your unwavering support and partnership over the years.  IT has been an hour and a privilege to serve our community alongside such dedicated individuals, and we are deeply grateful for the impact we have made together.

David Hullah (Chair of Trustees)

Andrew Lancaster, Mike Deves, Roger Brighton, 

Helen Oaks, Rebecca Hedges


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Please let us know if you would like to receive our monthly prayer points via email

Tina, our Project Manager,


telephone 07483 143430


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Without JusB Poem

Here is a very moving poem written by the young people at JusB about what JusB means to them and what it would be like 'Without JusB'


My daughter attended throughout year 6 at Stepping Up club through the youth center.

> When she received a leaflet about the summer project, she was super-duper excited about it.

> She has attended three weeks with joy and big smiles on her face. Even when we planned a family outings, she begged us to let her go to the JusB instead!

> When I asked her what was great about the club, she just simple said: " Absolutely everything!"

> The variety of activities and programmes were all well organised and presented.

> As a parent it has given me a reassurance knowing that she is in an environment where learning important life skills and also trying exciting new things and all involves fun and laughter.

> She is very keen to come back in short space of time, once she's settled in at her secondary school.

> It is a big step for anyone changing environment, so I am absolutely sure, that the transition will be much easier with the fantastic support from JusB.

> We are just so grateful for finding this community and support!

> Big thank you for the amazing opportunity and equally huge thanks to the lovely people who are involved helping tirelessly the local families.

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Quiz Nights for JusB

Sunday Quiz Nights take place at the Crown and Anchor Pub, Park Road, Bromley. Teams of up to 6 people.  Entry £3 per person. 


In 2023 a total of £1,081 was raised through the quiz nights and other fundraising at the Crown and Anchor for JusB.

Many thanks to all those concerned.  


Photos from our Showcase of Talents event

Autumn Newsletter

Healthy Eating

Listen to the young people performing ...

Absi on vocals

Anyiah on keys

Millie on violin


Alfie on drums


         The Mayor of Bromley,           
Cllr Mike Botting with the
JusB Staff Team and  
Music Tutors

Design a logo competition winners
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Summer programme

We enjoyed an exciting summer programme of activities
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Summer Nature photography
competition winner

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Our Music Tutor, Damien, led a 4 day Music Workshop during the summer programme.  Listen to some of the tracks created by the young people

Jus B Summer Track 01
Jus B Summer Track 02
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Games Tournament

Wellbeing & Mindfulness

Eating out at Nandos

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Volleyball in the park

Football in the park

Enjoying eating out

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Creating graffiti murals

Fun & Games in the park

Music week ice breaker

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Young people who have received Jack Petchey awards for their achievements at JusB during 2023

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Well done to all! 

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 Wednesday Music Group

Wednesdays in term time

5 pm - 7 pm


Call Tina to book a place


Learn to play an

instrument, guitar,

keyboard or singing, song writing

Open Mic Night
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Laura's song - "In the Dark"
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Closure - Demo
Verbalise - Demo
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Listen to Bromley Buzz Podcast

Here is a podcast of conversation between Ned McWhirter, Project Manager with Darren Weale from Bromley Buzz.  There is also a podcast with one of our young volunteers, Jake.    

Please help us by donating  used ink cartridges.

Sorry, no Epson

Please drop into letterbox or send to Recycle4charity

(Free Postal label) 

Aerial Yoga, which took us to new heights!
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Grateful thanks to the Yellow Ball Organisation for funding this activity
Making a buzz with Wax Chandlers and Beeline for the Lord Mayor's Show
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On Saturday the 13th November JusB was privileged to be invited to be part of the Lord Mayor’s Show. We were invited to join the parade by the Worshipful Company of Wax Chandlers.  The float was designed by Make a bee line and was to show the importance of bees in our society.   For weeks previous to the day young people at JusB helped make candles and bees that were to be displayed on the float and accompanying bee hives which sat on electric cargo bikes. The float was also pulled by an electric bike.  Two of our young people dressed up as bees ( made by Tina our Youth worker)  attended the parade.

Our Project Manager, Ned, was wearing a beekeeper's costume for the occasion.  This was a great opportunity and one which were very grateful to be part of.  

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Saying farewell to Eloise


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