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Fundraising at Fernhurst youth club

Elsie Woodward wins a box of chocolates from Anne Pretty watched by other participants Frances Carver, Roy Woodward and Joan Woodage. CONTRIBUTED PICTURE

Elsie Woodward wins a box of chocolates from Anne Pretty watched by other participants Frances Carver, Roy Woodward and Joan Woodage. CONTRIBUTED PICTURE

THE Fernhurst Youth Club held its annual Christmas time party to have fun, and raise funds.

Friends and supporters were invited along, as well as the leaders of the junior youth club and the Wednesday club which are both thriving.

It is a small fund raising opportunity as guests donate prizes and then buy ‘lucky cards’ in the hope they will win anything – or everything – from chocolates through to toiletries and litres of whisky,

Chairman Jenny Mitchell thanked all those who came and reiterated how grateful she and the rest of the committee were for all the support they get from the village’s residents and businesses, without 
which there would be no youth clubs.

The clubs are split into two sections - a junior club for seven to 11-year-olds, which meets from 5.30pm-7pm every Tuesday during term time, and the senior youth club for 11 to 15 year olds, which meets from 6.30pm - 8pm every Wednesday evening during term time.

Fernhurst Youth Club is a charity providing a place for young people in the area to go and spend time with friends and meet new people.

The club provide activities including arts and crafts, cooking, music, discos, outdoor games, table tennis and air hockey, among others.

For more information visit www.fernhurst.net/youthclub/

 

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