Big Worle gives teenagers cash to improve Worle
PUBLISHED: 12:30 23 July 2016
Two schemes supporting young people have received funding from the community project Big Worle.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) and Weston Eagles have both received £500.
CAMHS used the money to organise an event showing youngsters and teachers the various support services in the area.
The Weston Eagles is a group of young volunteers who are aiming to make a positive change to Worle.
The group helped at CAMHS’ event at Priory Community School.
Weston Eagles’ founder Alex Crowther said: “We are proud to be working with Big Worle.
“We are full of ideas of how we can improve the look of Worle and make it a friendlier place to live.”
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