Our purpose-built Church Walk premises is our main centre in Newcastle, where we run after-school workshops on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays.
Our creative workshops include pottery, woodwork, arts and crafts, and bike repair. Schools local to Walker also take part in workshops that are specially designed for them.
We’ve also recently opened a new improved and extended kitchen and kids café area - find out more our news page!
Monday to Friday
After school creative workshops.
After school bike repair workshop.
Kids Kabin's Cowgate runs from St Peter’s Church Hall on Tuesday afternoons and evenings.
Two groups of children and young people meet each week in a big, multi-purpose hall to enjoy woodwork, pottery, cookery, arts, crafts and games.
There's also a large garden area for outdoor activities, and we take mobile workshops out onto the estate's streets.
After school creative workshops at St Peter's Church Hall.
Workshops in Pottery Bank run from Pottery Bank Community Centre on Wednesday afternoons and evenings.
Children and young people take part in creative workshops including pottery (of course, in Pottery Bank!), woodwork, cookery and bike maintenance.
Street workshops run during the summer months and prove really popular with the creative and hands on kids in the area.
After school creative workshops at Pottery Bank Community Centre
Kids Kabin Daisy Hill runs from the East End Boxing Club on Tuesday afternoons.
Children and young people meet each week to take part in a wide range of creative workshops.
We also run summer street workshops on the estate, which always prove popular and can attract up to 30 children and young people at a time.
Children are picked up in Daisy Hill in the mini bus and taken to Kids Kabin Church Walk Centre. Children are then dropped back off at Daisy Hill.
Kids Kabin runs workshops on Monday afternoons and evenings from the Spires Lane Hobby room, and outdoors at both the Byker Garden and the green at Felton Walk.
Kids Kabin mechanics also provide street and doorstep workshops around Byker on Wednesday afternoons, teaching kids to fix their own bikes. This is run in collaboration with Recyke y' Bike.
Kids Kabin works alongside the Byker Children and Young People’s Partnership to provide activities for as many children in the area as possible.
Outdoors at a number of locations around Byker