High Street, behind Methodist Church
Conference Room, HVH
By Helen Lewis - 10th August 2014 2:30pm
Following another successful year, which has included an exciting Go Karting experience at Christmas and an end of term trip to Thorpe Park, we have decided to continue both of the two youth club provisions at the Youth and Community Centre.
Tuesday teatime is a 'Drop-in Cafe' run by Youth for Christ from 4.00pm-6.00pm, and on Thursdays we offer a senior Youth Club from 7.00pm-9.00pm.
Both groups provide indoor and outdoor games, electonic consoles, table tennis, pool, a quiet chill out TV-room and refreshments.
Youth Cafe offers teatime snacks, and for the seniors its a tuck shop run by parent helpers.
Please tell all children in Year7 and upwards, from the villlage and surrounding area, that they are very welcome to come along to either or both sessions to give them a go.
We look forward to seeing some new faces.
For more info, please get in contact with Helen Lewis, Tel: 292971
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