Registered Charity: 1125503

Company No. 6629551

Contact Us: 

0113 217 2531

“At The Zone, every young person matters. 

Our commitment is to offer new and exciting experiences and opportunities by inspiring and empowering young people to learn and develop within an atmosphere of Jewish culture.”

‍During these unprecedented times:

‍After much deliberation and in line with government guidelines we have taken professional advice. 

‍The Zone is closed to the public until further notice.

‍We will still be running sessions online for different year groups and look forward to seeing you all there! You can find information about the sessions we’re running either by email or on our Facebook & Instagram pages.

‍Please stay healthy during this time

‍The Zone Team


‍The Zone’s Youth Support Service has set up an online chat service. Zone members are welcome to access this service if they need a chat through these uncertain times. Just click on the live chat box (bottom right of screen).

‍* Please note: The Zone Support Team are trained in child protection and safeguarding. They are not counsellors or therapists. They will source information or signpost to specialist agencies / appropriate professionals when necessary.


A second home for many of our Jewish Community and Campus Youth.

The Zone is a centre offering a diverse range of activities, projects and events. 

The Zone is a place of happiness, hope, opportunity and aspiration. 

It’s a centre that engages young people from an early age, encourages them with new hobbies and skills learning opportunities and where those young people come back when they are older, during their university years to help mentor the young members.

We believe a good youth centre sets a child-free; free from the constraints of some home-life and school rules. It’s a place where young people can open up their minds and hearts and where they are understood.

Good citizenship is promoted in all areas of club life. Every child matters at The Zone, irrespective of physical, mental ability or additional needs.  

As our doors open, all social, economic and religious barriers are broken down creating a harmonious, cohesive community of youth.





New for September is a class during which every participant will work over the year to improve their own health and fitness. There will be a girls class and a boys class every Monday for years 8 & 9.




Site Manager Nigel is embarking on an epic challenge to raise money for The Zone. He will be taking on the Yorkshire 3 Peaks, 3 Times in 3 Days!

He’s looking for people to join him for parts of the walk to spur him on and keep him motivated. If you are up for the challenge, please contact The Zone office and we can put you in touch with Nigel.

Please sponsor Nigel by clicking here.

We are delighted to introduce “Daniel’s Story Time”.

Daniel has been narrating and editing children’s stories at The Zone for the past 5 years. He initially started recording stories for visually impaired children to listen to and for visually impaired parents to play to their children. However, all children love these stories so we thought we’d post some on here for you to check out.

Daniel has Asperger Syndrome and has learnt how to record and edit shows at The Zone. He tells us that his studio session here is the highlight of his week.

If you would like to hear some of Daniels stories, click here.

Remembering All Faiths

Prior to Armistice Day, Zone members of different faiths took part in a project funded by The Interfaith Youth Trust to honour the bravery of ALL soldiers from ALL faiths in memory of their sacrifice. Our young people researched the first world war, created an information display and created the video above.



MARCH 2020


Last day of on site activities