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PUBLISHED: 12:30 28 July 2006 | UPDATED: 10:34 06 May 2010

This is a four week programme of youth activities aimed at young people aged 12 to 19 years, however ages 10 -12 may be welcome to join in. Week 1 commenced with Youth Tent activities. Youth tent is a mobile provision (gazebo) that can be placed almost an

This is a four week programme of youth activities aimed at young people aged 12 to 19 years, however ages 10 -12 may be welcome to join in. Week 1 commenced with Youth Tent activities. Youth tent is a mobile provision (gazebo) that can be placed almost anywhere and young people can take part in putting it up, listening to music, joining in small activities that may be issue-based or discussing the activities for this week include barbecue, sports and games. On Tuesday the tent was at Stotfold, today at Digswell Park, Shefford and tomorrow at Langford Park. The Youth tent is weather dependent. If it is raining it is unlikely that the sessions will be able to be held. Week 2 is Art Mania, activities include barbecue, T-shirt designing, Mod roc, ceramics, music and badges. Sessions will be from noon to 4pm on Tuesday, August 1 at Arlesey Youth Centre and Thursday, August 3 at Shefford Community Hall. The cost is 50p per session. Week 3 on Tuesday, August 8 Cook Wizard at Arlesey Youth Centre and Thursday; August 10 Creative at Shefford Community Hall, activities include cooking curry/pizza, Graffiti art MDF, Karaoke, music, nail art and tattoos, cost 50p per session. Week 4 is Sports Mania on Tuesday, August 15 at Arlesey Youth Centre and Thursday, August 17 at Digswell Park Shefford. Activities include football, hockey, team games and rounders, sessions from noon to 4pm, free.


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