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Helen Lewis is keen to let everyone know that the senior youth club is still running, and is open to all village youngsters and their school friends on Thursday evenings, from 7.00pm — 9.00pm at the Youth & Community Centre, in the junior school grounds on Woodways.

The first session is free, so pop in and have a free cappuccino or hot chocolate.

Sessions then cost £1 a week with money coming back to the kids in the form of games and trips.

There's a tuck shop, games consoles, pool and table tennis available as well as a quiet tv room.

This year's Thorpe park trip was really successful, and no doubt a similar visit can be arranged soon.

Organisers would love to see some more girls come along with some suggestions for what they would like provided.

The Youth Club operates with the same schedule as school term dates and the first session this term is on Thursday 10th September.

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