&RG-Teens

In 1999, &RG-teens (then called Tienerwerk Lieshout) was set up to give a place to teenagers in the age category from group 7 to 15. They can come here twice a month to relax and to be together with other teenagers in a positive way.
We do this by organising an activity every 2nd Friday of the month and a disco night every 4th Friday of the month.

You understand that we have drawn up rules for teenagers who participate in one of these evenings to keep it pleasant for both teenagers and leaders. You can find these rules on this site. 

With every activity (except for disco eveni…

In 1999, &RG-teens (then called Tienerwerk Lieshout) was set up to give a place to teenagers in the age category from group 7 to 15. They can come here twice a month to relax and to be together with other teenagers in a positive way.
We do this by organising an activity every 2nd Friday of the month and a disco night every 4th Friday of the month.

You understand that we have drawn up rules for teenagers who participate in one of these evenings to keep it pleasant for both teenagers and leaders. You can find these rules on this site. 

With every activity (except for disco evenings) we ask for a fee and this is usually 1.50 euro, except when we organize a big activity, for example a survival or activity outside Lieshout where we have to go by bus, we ask a bigger fee.
At the end of the season, around mid-June, we usually organise this larger activity to close the teenage work season. As an organisation we are always open to suggestions if you have something we could use for an activity.

If you have any further questions you can always get in touch with the contact persons or send an email to info@energyteens.nl.

The children will receive a message well in advance about when which activity will take place and when they can register for it and where, and after we have received their registration we will start to send each child a personal message with the details of their departure and return, for example. This is often done via posters or a registration letter, both at school.

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