South Molton youth club proves popular
A TEMPORARY youth club is proving to be a big hit with young people in South Molton. The Seize the Moment youth inclusion project is running for a 12-week period in the former library at 1 East Street. The free sesions have been well-attended by differe
A TEMPORARY youth club is proving to be a big hit with young people in South Molton.
The "Seize the Moment" youth inclusion project is running for a 12-week period in the former library at 1 East Street.
The free sesions have been well-attended by different groups of youngsters who have been able to meet up and enjoy activities such as street dancing, graffiti art workshops and play on computer games consoles.
PC Graham James, the town's neighbourhood beat manager, said: "This has provided an ideal opportunity for young people to express themselves and have fun in a safe and managed environment."
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PC James thanked South Molton Town Council for allowing the use of the building.
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