Youth Groups


3rd and 5th Newport Pagnell Scout Groups

Scouting offers fund and friendship, challenge and everyday adventure to over 400,000 girls and boys aged 6 to 25 across the UK.
The two Scout Groups in Newport Pagnell bring a safe and positive experience for the young people to get involved, achieve their full potential and become active members in the community.  Scouting offers over 200 different activities from abseiling and archery to drama and sailing.
We are always looking for new adult volunteers to meet the challenge and join in the everyday adventure that Scouting offers ... so get involved and have fun!
Newport Pagnell Scout Group's website:
3rd Newport Pagnell Scout Group
Group Scout Leader: John Worrall
5th Newport Pagnell Scout Group
Group Scout Leader: Paul Holoway
Telephone 01908 616579 / 07796 318945
Newport Pagnell has 3 Rainbow units (ages 5 to 7) 5 Brownie units (ages 7 to 10) and 2 Guide units (ages 10 to 14) and a Senior Section (ages 14 to 26).  You can find out more about the organisation at
The local Boys' Brigade Company, the 1st Newport Pagnell Company, meets at Lovat Hall and is part of an organisation with over 65,000 young people in over 1,500 Companies throughout the United Kingdom.
Programmes are balanced to provide every boy and young man, aged between 5 and 18, opportunities to take part in a wide range of activities, learn new skills and develop existing skills.  There are also opportunites to participate in the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme and attend a ten day Summer Canvas Camp.
For more details of the Boys' and Girls' Brigade contact David Wright
Newport Pagnell Baptist Church, Lovat Hall, Silver Street, Newport Pagnell, MK16 0EJ.
Telephone 01908 618898 or mobile 07585 662671


If you are interested in block hire for Youth Groups please contact Newport Pagnell Town Council

by telephone 01908 618756 or 

Wolverton Road, Newport Pagnell MK16 8HX.

Newport Pagnell Youth Club (NPYC) is run by a board of trustees and administered on their behalf by the Town Council.  

A thriving Friday Night Youth Club is run for young people within the community at the facility.  Contact Debbie Scott on  to book your child into the club.  The Youth Club provides a safe environment for young people to come along to and learn, enjoy and achieve, developing personally and professionally from childhood to adulthood.

NPYC hosts a range of regular user groups and tenants including NPYC Pre-School, Newport Pagnell Youth

Football Club and Diamond School of Performing Arts.