Hollywood birthday party theme

PUBLISHED: 13:30 21 October 2010

Local MP John Penrose and Weston Youth Council Chairman Gillian Crouch toast the opening of Weston Cafe at the BarCode Bar in South Parade. Pictured with Youth Council members Emma Knight, Chris Wood, Richard Graham and Adam Larter, and Cllr David Evans and Marina Dunstone.; 10-8-05

Local MP John Penrose and Weston Youth Council Chairman Gillian Crouch toast the opening of Weston Cafe at the BarCode Bar in South Parade. Pictured with Youth Council members Emma Knight, Chris Wood, Richard Graham and Adam Larter, and Cllr David Evans and Marina Dunstone.; 10-8-05

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WESTON’S Barcode Youth Café is hosting celebratory events this weekend to mark its fifth anniversary – and will be unveiling its new look revamp.

The South Parade facility was opened on October 26, 2005, and with lottery funded support, the café has continued to provide a safe, drug and alcohol-free space for young people.

To celebrate its success, a Hollywood-themed party will be held on Friday with prizes for best dressed and best movie star fancy dress.

There will be a DJ all night, as well as special guest acts, and one lucky person will win an I-pod Nano. Entry is £1 before 7.30pm and £3 after.

An all-day party will take place on Saturday, with Batak Wall pro where the fastest person to put the lights out will win a prize. There will also be magic, a free buffet and free entry all day.

People will be in with the chance of winning a handheld HD video recorder, and in the evening bands from all over the UK will be playing live including Streetfight Silence, The Goodness and the hugely popular All at Stake.

Kevin Lilwall, Barcode manager said: “This weekend is a great opportunity for young people to come and see what Barcode has to offer, many of the ideas and the entertainment are provided by young people and it is great to see so many young people from Weston ready to contribute and give up their own time.”

For more information ring Kevin Lilwall or any of the staff on 01934 424365.


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