Reawla Youth Club needs you!

May 31, 2017 | Uncategorized

Due to personal circumstances the 2 youth leaders for the Reawla Youth Club (RYC) have had to stand down.  The RYC is supported and run by the Pen Tye Residents Association (PTRA) and has become very popular with the young people of Reawla.

What would they need from you? Just 3 hours of your time (6pm-9pm) on the 2nd and 4th Friday of each month between March and October at Wall Hall, Wall.  The PTRA will ensure you get the support and checks needed for working with young people and you will be helping your community particularly the kids who really love their youth club and don’t want to lose it.

If you are interested or would just like to chat through the options (maybe on a rota basis you could do 1 evening a month or just fill in until someone permanent is found) please contact Diane Richards, the Chair of PTRA on 01736 850785 or the Vice-Chair Donna on 01736 851117.

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