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Youth Club

Buckland Newton Youth Club is a new

initiative run voluntarily by villagers

for the young people of the village. It

aims to provide a safe and stimulating

environment for 11-16 year olds to

meet, relax and have the opportunity to

join in a variety of structured activities

including music sessions, film nights,

bake-offs and sport events. The club

will also endeavour to foster strong

links with all age groups within the

village through organising special

events for the community.

Buckland Newton Youth Club meets on a Tuesday evening between 18.30 and 20.00 in Buckland Newton Village Hall, during term time.  If you have or are a young person who would like to join Buckland Newton Youth Club, you must be in Yrs 6 - Yr 12 from Buckland Newton and the surrounding parishes, and is run by local volunteers . Some additional help to run the Buckland Newton Youth Club is needed.  Could you help?   Please get in touch with Kate Parish on 07860 582362 / 01300 345497 or e-mail BucklandNewtonYC@gmail.com Buckland Newton Youth Club starts up again after the summer break on Tuesday 13 September between 1830 - 2000 at Buckland Newton Village Hall. If you are in Yr 6 and/or aged 10 and above, and live in Buckland Newton or the surrounding area, why not come along meet new people, try new things and generally have fun! There is no requirement to come every week, but if you want to join us for any of our off-site activities such as Ringo-ing at Warmwell or Paddleboarding, we ask that you attend at least 3 sessions each term. No need to book, just turn up! Your parent/guardian will need to complete a Consent Form on your first visit and will be expected to be part of the parent rota over the course of the year. For more details and an informal chat contact Kate Parish, Youth Worker on bucklandnewtonyc@gmail.com
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