New zone a big positive for young people

By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 15 February 2013 Updated: 15/02 09:23

Latest News

Buy photos » Zoe Trigger, Jade Browning and Michele’Ann Edwards, all 15, get creative as part of the Positive Activites Zone. Picture by Marcus Mingins 0713015MMR. Order this picture at www.buyphotos247.com.

YOUNGSTERS have been busy creating artwork to decorate the walls of a new youth club.

Members of Your Ideas had the chance to get creative ahead of the opening of the club at Arrow Vale Academy later this month, part of a three-year project to give 13 to 19-year-olds more to do.

The Positive Activities Zone scheme, funded by Worcestershire County Council, is a collaboration between the organisation based at Matchborough Centre, the school and Redditch Skatepark and will see activities on offer four nights a week as well as events at the BMX track.

Your Ideas project director Pauline Marshall said: "We are hoping to support the young people to develop their own programme.

"It's absolutely brilliant news for this side of town and will give much more choice to young people about the activities they're participating in."

Share This

Popular »

1 Family raise money to say thanks

2 Tax disc replacement launched

3 School age change may be driving flood of applications

4 Hospitals ban set to continue

5 Schools to benefit from funding

More news »

Councillors turn down pay rise

COUNCILLORS have voted against proposals to increase their

Men deny attempting to steal diesel

POLICE found two 1,000 litre liquid containers and

Redditch HMV to close

REDDITCH's HMV store will close within the next

Apprentice scheme reaches halfway

A SCHEME to take on 50 new apprentices

Regional news »


Bromsgrove Standard
Family production Duck in a Truck comes to Artrix

A STAGE version of Jez Alborough’s Duck in a Truck ...

Worcester Observer

Visit the Worcester Observer website for the latest.

Stratford Observer
More than £1.2million spent by SDC on planning appeals

MORE than £1.25 million has been spent on planning appeals ...

Evesham Observer
Cutting costs on county agenda

A SWATHE of new cuts are on the way as ...