Brilliant summer for young people
I WOULD like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the hard work and commitment of members of the Royston Youth Network team, and North Herts District Council, who organised such a brilliant and varied programme of events and activities
I WOULD like to take this opportunity to express my appreciation for the hard work and commitment of members of the Royston Youth Network team, and North Herts District Council, who organised such a brilliant and varied programme of events and activities for the young people of Royston this summer.
Ranging from art and craft workshops in the Market Hill rooms, organised play activities in play areas, trips and outings, to the excellent music event on Therfield Heath last Saturday (organised by the Royston Youth Council).
There has never been so much laid on for youngsters before in Royston, in the space of one summer holiday.
All the activities were greatly appreciated by those who attended and the care and high standard of organisation of everything in the programme was very apparent.
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As the representative of Royston Town Council on the team, I am proud to be involved with the work and look forward to continue working with them in the future as we seek to help Royston become a town where young people have plenty to do and are treated as valued members of our community.
Cllr LINDSAY DAVIDSON
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