Grant to Petrockstowe youth group
THE Future Generation Youth Group has received a grant for �1,000 from their Torridge District Councillor Phillip Collins. The money was spent on a laptop and a karaoke machine for the youngsters to use. The group, which accepts new members from all ove
THE Future Generation Youth Group has received a grant for �1,000 from their Torridge District Councillor Phillip Collins.
The money was spent on a laptop and a karaoke machine for the youngsters to use.
The group, which accepts new members from all over Councillor Collins' Clinton Ward and beyond, meets twice a month in the Baxter Hall, Petrockstowe and goes on various trips and outings as well.
Organiser Fiona Lowe was delighted with the new equipment and anyone interested in joining the group which caters for 11-18 year olds, can contact her on 01837 811749 or email email@example.com.
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Anyone interested in applying to the Councillor Community Grants scheme should contact their ward councillor in the first instance. If you are unsure which councillor represents your area, contact the Community Development Team on 01237 428871 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
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