SNAP stands for Say No And Phone, and is aimed at promoting safe, drug and alcohol - free environments for young people aged between 11 - 16 to enjoy themselves.
Ferneham Hall SNAP Nights are controlled by experienced and professional staff and volunteers that include Youth Service Workers, Councillors, Police Community Support Workers and Health Workers.
Themed nights often have demonstrations and exhibitions that promote healthy lifestyles, anti-bullying campaigns, special interests and youth-aimed organisations, as well as dancing and singing groups.
Please note photographs may be taken at SNAP events, if you do not consent to your photo being taken, or if you do not consent to your child's photo being taken on the night, please let a member of staff know. Photographs will only ever be used on the SNAP website gallery page.
Entry to SNAP
- All entries subject to search
- No alcohol
- No cigarettes
- No drugs
- No gum
- No aerosols
- All tickets £6
- No tickets can be bought on the door
NB Children may arrive and enter unaccompanied but once inside cannot leave unless a designated adult collects them.