It’s your move


We run The MIX youth club in South Tonbridge on (roughly) alternate Saturdays for school years 6 to 10 in the St Stephen’s Church Community Centre on Waterloo Rd. This is designed to provide a fun place for the young people of Tonbridge and its surrounding villages to come and chill-out on a Saturday evening. We have a purpose-built café, as well as gaming consoles, sports and games. These run alongside regular baking and craft activities.


We are so pleased to announce that The Mix is back and will be open from 7.00pm to 8.30pm on the following Saturday evenings (school years 6 to 10):

March 12th and 26th (Easter Egg-stravaganza)
April 23rd
May 7th and 21st
June 4th and 18th
July 2nd and 16th (Summer Special)

The MIX is a membership group and therefore we require anyone who intends to join The MIX to register as a member after one free visit. Entry is just £1.

We have pool tables, table tennis, table football, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Wii, football, uni hoc, basketball and much more!


The MIX requires each young person to become a member if they wish to attend regularly. Each member will have to fill in a registration form and agree to our rules, once this process has been done, each member will be issued with a MIX membership card which has their name, date of birth and a unique bar code. On entry to the MIX, members with a membership card will be given priority as we can scan their barcode to count them in.


The MIX team are a group volunteers from St Stephen’s Church. All our leaders and volunteers come from the local area and offer up their own time to help the young people of Tonbridge.

All of our leaders and volunteers hold current DBS disclosures and have undergone the Church of England rigorous C0 and C1 safeguarding training.

Over the many years we have been running, we have been very fortunate to have received support from some amazing local charities and organisations. The MIX has on two occasions won the Kent & Sussex Courier’s ‘Heart of the Community’ award for its environmental work and provision of youth work services.

Special thanks go to:

  • Tonbridge Round Table
  • The Ember Trust
  • TACT
  • Kent and Sussex Courier well as many other individual and corporate supporters.