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May 2004 Issue 2 - Wych Youthie News
This ‘second edition’ Youthie newsletter is designed by the Junior and Intermediate Youth clubs. If anyone has any comments and articles for the newsletter, please hand them in at the youth centre or email them to us @ the email address below.The newsletter will be published every 2 months.Articles for the JULY issue need to be in by MAY 25th 2004April Bingo NightWHAT A SUCCESS!!
We would like to say a massive Thankyou to all the parents who donated prizes, to the volunteers who attended to run the event and to all the people who came to the event.We raised a MASSIVE £138.00
for the children’s visit to Camelot…. more about that later!
Rose FeteTHANKYOUThe Rose Fete on the 1st May was an event for the whole community. The Youth Clubs were involved in making the HUGE signs from paper roses and worked really hard. We had to young people volunteer on the day to provide tea, coffee, snacks and cold drinks – so a big Thankyou for all their hard work.What’s coming up?“Books ‘n’ Stuff”Friday 28th May 2004We will be holding an ‘open to all’ sale of second hand books and ‘stuff’ at the Wych centre from 11am to 1pm.Please, please, please if you have any unwanted books or other items (toys, china, gifts etc) bring them to the centre before the 20th May 2004.Bingo
We are planning another Bingo night in the near future and will keep you informed.
Tommy Thumbs pre-school will be hosting a clothing sale in June in aid of our building extension project.Date will be confirmed asap.
The first of 5 magical fun filled lands with rides from the gentle Caterpillar to the spills and thrills of Pendragon’s Plunge.
Prepare to be astonished in this land of spectacular shows, home of Camelot's famous Jousting Tournament and Merlin's very own School of Wizardry
Relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of our magical animal kingdom and get up close to lots of loveable creatures
Summon up all the courage you possess before you enter this fearsome land, filled with a wicked collection of rides including our new spinning roller coaster The Whirlwind!
Discover in abundance a wonderful selection of rides and attractions for our younger Bravehearts. Enter the Enchanted Glade for a spin on the Cup n Sorcerer or hop onto the Playland Express
Camelot is BOOKED for:
27th August 2004
We are in the process of raising funds to ensure that the contribution from parents will be minimal. An official letter will be sent out nearer the time, the trip will be on a first come first served basis as we will only have space for 41 children & 10 adults (any volunteers?) as we need 2 adults to 8 children.
Full details will be included in the letter.
Any queries you may have before then, please feel free ask J
Official Welcome to DAWN
Although Dawn has been a volunteer for some time now, her role was made official on 1st April 2004 and she has now been officially employed by the Middlewich Community & Youth Project (so she can’t escape).Best Wishes for Sally
As you may have noticed, Sally is now absolutely huge (aside from spending too much time in the Tuck Shop) her baby is due at the end of May and so she will be departing temporarily on Maternity any time soon!
We all wish her the best of luck in her madness motherhood JFOLK & BOAT FESTIVAL
18th – 20th June 2004
The up and coming folk and boat festival is one of the biggest events in Middlewich
The youth clubs will be using this event to involve the children in the community (and raise funds for our Camelot trip).
(who you may remember from the Christmas Party)
Will be with us in the fortnight running up to the folk and boat festival and we will be making items for craft stalls for children to sell and generally encouraging the young people to become involved in the event.
They will also be there over the weekend working with children, keeping them entertained, involved and creative.
We would like volunteers for a number of roles for the weekend, from washing up (which I know someone did VERY well last year J) to manning a stall to a Tombolla (if we have any prizes to offer).
It would be nice if the children were able to volunteer and promote the youth club, but parent volunteers are also welcomed.
The Wych Centre will also be open and serving cooked breakfasts in the mornings on weekend of the folk and boat festival this year – so even if you aren’t involved, please support us by having a lovely breakfast before the fun and activities start!
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