No longer in existence, unfortunately for the youth of today, very little is known of this youth club, no records have been found of it prior to the Second World War, and these are the only Snippets of information that have been gathered.
4th March 1943. An application for grant under Article 1 (a) of the Social and Physical Training Grant Regulations, 1939, was submitted from St. Charles' Youth Club. Resolved that consideration of the matter be deferred for further information.
18th March 1943. The question of the application for grant from St. Charles' Youth Club under Article 1 (a) of the Social and Physical Training Grant Regulations, 1939, was further considered. Resolved that the application be forwarded to the County Education Department with no recommendation.
13th May 1943. Mr. Hay, of the County Higher Education Department, attended the meeting in connection with the application of the St. Charles' Youth Club for a grant under the Social and Physical Training Grant Regulations 1929. After consideration of the statement made by Mr. Hay it was resolved that this Committee do not feel justified in making any recommendation for grant in this case in view of the possibility that the Committee's Youth Movement will become divided into a number of denominational units.
11th November 1943. Resolved that the application under the Social and Physical Training Grant Regulations 1939, of the St. Charles' Youth Organisation be recommended to the County Education Committee for grant aid.
The Council Secretary reported receipt of copy correspondence from the Board of Education, on the 8th June 1944, to the Rev. J. C. Elliott concerning a grant of not more than £15 towards the expenditure of the above organisation.