Big Worle gives teenagers cash to improve Worle

PUBLISHED: 12:30 23 July 2016

Weston Eagles.

Weston Eagles.


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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