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Unitas set for grand opening

20th June 2019 by Onside Youth Zones

The whole community is invited to the Youth Zone on Montrose Playing Fields in Burnt Oak, for a free event to celebrate the opening of Unitas. The Onside Youth Zone will be open to all ages between 11am and 2pm on Sunday 23rd June and will have something for everyone to enjoy in its ‘Greatest Show’ themed party. 

 As with all OnSide Youth Zones, Unitas has an incredible range of facilities including a four-court Sports Hall, gym, 3G all-weather pitch, music room with recording suite, training kitchen, dance studio, health and well-being room, arts and crafts area and much more. 

Once the party finishes, the Youth Zone will transform into an after-party for its junior members (aged 8 – 12) from 3pm. The full offer and regular timetable for young people, aged 8-19 and up to 25 with additional needs, will start from the 24th June. 

All this will cost young people just £5 annual membership and then 50p every time they visit. 

Unitas is part of the OnSide Youth Zone network which has 11 other centres across the country. Each has exceptional spaces, facilities, and youth work provision, ensuring the best opportunities for young people. ‘Unitas’ – named by Barnet’s young people, and meaning ‘Unity’ in Latin, will be the second Youth Zone in London, alongside ‘Future’ in Barking and Dagenham which opened last month. 

As well as providing the land for the building, Barnet council has also contributed £4.2million towards the construction costs. The annual £1.4million running costs will be funded by a range of trusts, grants, private sector and philanthropic contributions. 

The Youth Zone will be open seven days a week with different sessions for juniors (8-12) and seniors (13-19 and up to 25 for those with additional needs).  

To sign up as a member and to see the timetable, which will launch following the opening party, visit www.unitasyouthzone.org