Supporting the Club
Lane End New Beginings.

Lane End New Beginnings have committed to supporting Stockport Lads Club ambitions to grow and develop as their 130th anniversary celebrations get underway this year.


Any Ability any Age.

No need to register, you can just bring your kids down anytime we are open and join in the many activities that we have to offer. Or if you would like to get involved with the club, please fill out our contact form and we will be in touch.

We are Stockport Lads.

Stockport lads club was built for the youth of Stockport, 130 years ago in 1889. To this day it still provides and excellent service to the youth of our town.

Fun Day at Stockport Lads.

Geat day for all young and old.

The Club's Activities

The club is open from 5.30pm each evening until 8.30pm.

Our junior nights are Wednesday and Friday 5.30-8.30pm for lads aged 7 upwards.

Canteen catering facilities selling snacks and drinks.


Residentials have replaced the time honoured club holiday week.
We have just reintroduced these and they are proving to be very popular.

For all our activities click on the headings below for more details

  • Football

    We have a couple of local youth teams who train on our premises. We offer 5-a-side staff led games, this being a traditional boys club activity.

  • Table Tennis

    We have a coach that works for the Table Tennis Association who comes in on a Friday evening to coach our members.

  • Boccia

    Is a disabled form of bowls/boules. We have a member of staff who leads this activity who played for team GB and was at one time ranked no.2 in England.

  • Boxing

    Enquire about joining

  • Basketball

    We use to have a coach for this game but the popularity is not as it used to be.

  • Lacrosse

    Indoor set not really being used. We are looking for people who could give us more support do you know anyone who could help?

  • Hockey

    Indoor is still very popular, was introduced some 20 years or so ago.

  • Cricket

    Indoor/outdoor, we have a staff member who plays for a local cricket team.

  • Archery

    Newly introduced using soft tipped arrows for indoor use. The lads that went on a recent residential weekend really enjoyed it so we decided to introduce it ourselves.

  • Rounders

    We do both traditional and a boys club version using a football. This version is going back 50 years and still very popular.

  • Table football and Pool

    Has been played in boys clubs since the 1960’s, we have 2 pool tables, 1 English and 1 American, and 2 Table Football Tables, always popular.


Overview and requirements.

A residential and activity centre, sitting in a quiet rural location in the heart of Cumbria’s beautiful Eden Valley.
Visit are website for regular updates on all our activities.

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Targets Hit

Cups of Coffee

Cans of Coke

Happy Faces

Happy Faces

Goals Scored

Goals Scored

Celebrating 130 Years

Young Volunteer Awards

Great Futures

Join in, learn a new sport, keep fit, make new friends.

Our Mission and Values

Put simply we believe in getting young people off the streets, into our youth clubs and doing something positive with their time.

Our Team

Our mission statement is:

"Our aim is to deliver a year-round programme of recreational and educational opportunities to young people, to enable them to reach their full potential.”

Harry Hough

Centre Manager

Responsible for the day to day running of the centre and management of the staff

Kieron, Lewis and Lewis

Gym Supervisor and Junior Staff

Kieron is a junior staff member along with Lewis who monitors and leads the gym. Lewis responsible for the safety of staff and children during any activities


Assitant Manager

Carl is an assistant manager also, and canteen supervisor


Canteen Supervisor

Canteen supervisor responsible for making sure the younger members use their spending money wisely


Administration and Staff Support

Joel and Jake

Joel is Club Supervisor - Jake Junior Gym Staff

A bit of our History

Our passion for what we do transfers into our works

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Frankie Vaughan

In his early life, he was a member of the Lancaster Lads' Club, a member group of the National Association of Boys' Clubs in the UK, and in his career he was a major contributor to the clubs, dedicating his monetary compensation from one song each year to them.

Mike Sumerbee

Presenting a cheque to the Club.

New Gym

At Stockport Lads Club Hempshaw Lane.

Old Lads Club

John Knott and Tom Wright teaching.

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Contact Us

More information

If you have any questions or if you want more detail on any of our activities at the club or our residential week, please fill in the form below and one of our staff will contact you shortly.

Contact Us.

Click on the map below to get directions to Stockport Lads Club.