A well-prepared Salmon Tigers team was entered into a league organized by the Damilola Taylor Centre in Peckham.

Nineteen keen young tennis players from Salmon’s tennis club took a trip to Burgess Park Tennis Club. The aim was to provide the young person with:


So after leaving Salmon at 14 and having my little girl, I went on getting my GCSE’s and went to college.


Growing up, Salmon to me was the most amazing place. It gave me so many opportunities, new experiences and just generally a place to have fun with my friends.


Hi, my name is George and I go to study at the Salmon Centre with my brother Jay-Jay to English Sessions.


My name is Murat Simon Harris.

I’m 19 years old.

I live in Greenwich.


She describes herself as a “big daddy’s little girl”, likes using the word “dude”, is addicted to rock climbing, and was Salmon’s first mini-volunteer ever! Even though she might seem to be a very normal young person,


“My name is Stephane (18), and I am a gap year student at The Salmon Youth Centre. I was born in the Ivory Coast, but moved to the UK at the age of two. Life has not always been easy for me. At the age of 16, I played football for a team called ‘Shining Stars’. Football was my passion and distracted me from the temptation of crime. I dreamt of becoming a professional...


At The Salmon Youth Centre we are always looking for opportunities to celebrate the achievements of our young people.


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