The Duke of Edinburgh's Award - Open Centres - Hampshire

About

Hampshire County Council supports 13 Duke of Edinburgh's (DofE) Award Open Centres across the county, two of which are located in Hart District (Fleet and Hook) and a specialist SEND DofE Open Centre in Andover (note there are plans for a new SEND DofE Centre in Hook in late 2023). Open Centres can accept requests to participate from any young person who is not able to get a place at their school or uninformed group DofE award scheme.
The Fleet DofE Open Centre holds its sessions on Wednesday evenings offering Bronze and Silver Awards - contact email address - fleetopen.dofe@gmail.com.
The Hook DofE Open Centre holds its sessions on Tuesday evenings offering Bronze and Silver Awards - contact email address - hookdofe@gmail.com. Expeditions at weekends will also be part of the activity. DofE Centres are all run by volunteers. Full details about the Duke of Edinburgh's Award at the web-site below.

About Hampshire County Council

1st tier Local Authority for the county of Hampshire. Key statutory responsibilities: Education, Adult and Children's Social Care, Highways Maintenance, Public Health, Libraries, Countryside Services, Adult and Chidlren's Safeguarding. Procurement of other services such as public and community transport, health services, domiciliary care services, Connect To Support Hampshire etc.

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User Cost/Charge Information
Please enquire about subscription and expeditiion/residential fees.

Find out more

Hampshire County Council

Telephone
01962 846193

Email
dofe@hants.gov.uk

Website
https://www.hants.gov.uk/educationandlearning/duke-of-edinburgh-award

Location

This activity takes place throughout Hampshire

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