A YOUTH club fit for 21st century young people opens its doors on Friday.

Harmony Youth Project has relaunched its young people's centre with technology running alongside more traditional youth club activities.

Youth worker Tommy Riley is running the club, called QClub.

"This is a modern day youth club for the youth of today. It is open to young people aged eight to 14-years-old and use music and multi-media to reach out and engage young people.

"So far we have invested £2,000 into the club."

Young people can enjoy a chillout zone, XBox zone, music including dance, hiphop, garage DJs with live MCs.

There will also be a Food Hut,pool and table tennis.

QClub launches on Friday and will run every two weeks.

Tommy said: "I have worked in the youth and charity sector for around seven years and used music as a tool to engage young people an change negative pathways.

"I am now involved with Harmony as Project Manager myself and Charlie aim to continue to make a difference in the lives of young people."

The launch night will cost just £1 entry fee.

Through the youth club, young people can get involved with with the Limelight Programme which includes becoming involved with dance and performance.

"Programmes like this help to build the confidence of young people and develop their social skills."

The ultimate ambition is to train up young people to run the club through a mentoring programme.

To find out more visit Harmony Youth Project Facebook Page.

The youth club is Unit G, Wordsworth Industrial Estate, Wordsworth Street, Halliwell.