The Britwell Youth and Community Project in Wentworth Avenue was the place to go during the half term holiday this week - as young people enjoyed video games, pool, football, even a spot of trampolining.

The centre's administration and finance officer Qudsia Arhim said that between 40 and 50 young people turned up every day between 11am and 3pm to use the facilities.

The project caters for young people aged eight or over. More than 400 use its services each year.

It currently benefits from a five year lottery grant but relies on donations from the community to make up an annual shortfall of £32,000 from grants and donations.

Administration and finance officer Qudsia Arhim said: "It is a matter of going out and letting people know about us - luckily so far we have enjoyed great support.

"We had the front door replaced this week thanks to a grant from the Garfield Weston Anniversary Fund which needed doing as it was 25 years old."

The centre will open again during the day over the summer holiday period from July 29 to August 23 between 11am and 3pm.

During term time it opens between 6pm and 8.45pm Tuesday to Thursday and Friday from 7pm to 9.30pm,

The Britwell Youth and Community Project (BYCP) has been serving the children, young people and wider community of Britwell for almost 60 years.

In 2010 it was awarded the Queens Award for Voluntary Service.