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Bradwell and Eyam youths clubs receive cash boost from police and partners

Posted on 9th April 2015

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PCSO Anthony Boswell handing over the cheque to Steve Lawless from the Bradwell Youth Committee

Further youth club sessions have been secured for youngsters in Bradwell and Eyam thanks to funding from police and partners.

The Community Safety Partnership in the Derbyshire Dales awarded £150 to each of the youth clubs in Bradwell and Eyam to help to continue the use of the facility for local kids.

Activities such as youth clubs, offer young people a place to gather and meet with their friends in a safe and enjoyable place, helping to deter any anti-social behaviour in the community.

Steve Lawless of the Bradwell Youth Committee said: “The youth club is really well received by all of its members and is a great benefit to our village.

“The funding is greatly appreciated by the village and parish council and is essential in helping to keep the club running.”

PCSO Anthony Boswell from the Hathersage Safer Neighbourhood Team said: “It is fantastic to see that the communities of Bradwell and Eyam can continue their great work with the youth club thanks to the additional funding, to help to deliver new activities for the members and purchase new equipment.”

Karen Cooper from the Derbyshire Dales Community Safety Partnership added; “By working in partnership we can help community groups to continue the great work that they are doing.”

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