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Our Locations

Cambridge – Queen Anne House
The university town of Cambridge is nationally significant not just for its world-renowned educational institution but also for its burgeoning high-tech industry. With an abundance of green spaces and beautiful historic buildings, Cambridge has so much to offer to both residents and visitors alike.

The YMCA in Cambridge was founded in 1852 and its current location enjoys a prominent situation overlooking a large communal green in the centre of the town. This site offers supported housing and student accommodation for young adults together with numerous active projects in conjunction with local schools and neighbourhoods. Extensive fitness instructor courses are also available at the large onsite gym.

Peterborough – The Cresset
Modern Peterborough is a thriving city and a regional centre for commerce, industry and leisure. It is rapidly expanding to meet a demand for new houses and is home to a community of diverse cultures.

The YMCA in Peterborough has two supported housing units in the city catering for varying age groups and need requirements. There is also a fully equipped gym for all ability levels based in Bretton. We also offer a range of counselling services for young people as well as numerous active projects which are run alongside local neighbourhoods predominantly with young people who are at most risk of crime.