SADS recently took part in a performance at the West Road Concert Hall in Cambridge along side the professional bodyworks students and various other dance crews at a showcase to a large audience. The crew definitely enjoyed participating in this popular and important event and it has built the whole groups confidence in preparation for their annual SADS show. SADS would like to thank bodyworks for the amazing experience.
Sutton Youth Club has been awarded funding to renovate the Glebe, Youth Arts and Community Centre garden. The garden was originally designed and built by Sutton Youth Club, the Heritage Lotteries Fund, Sutton Parish Council, Sutton Garden Club and Sutton Conservation Group in 2006. Due to the high use of the Centre the much loved, valuable community garden and lawns are in need of renovation .
The SHOOT project has been awarded funding to deliver a series of outreach sports sessions delivered by a multi skilled team of qualified Youth Workers, Sports Coaches and Volunteers to delivering 8 x 2 hour on local recreation grounds and Multi-use games areas in Sutton (depending on availability) The group plan to run the project for 8 x 2hr sessions. A ‘skills learned’ showcase event will be held in the form of a inter youth club tournament at the end of
Mepal Youth Club Woodland Day - 14th December 2011
Mepal Parish Council has worked with the Woodland Trust to provide an area of community woodland in Mepal. They have secured funding from the Woodford Waste Management Trust for the project and are also receiving a donation of trees from the Butterfly Conservation Trust.
A planting event on December 14th was held with Community Volunteers offering young people from Mepal and Sutton Primary School and young people from Mepal Youth Club and Witchford Village College the opportunity to plant trees in the community wood.
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