By Harriet Ernstsons Friday 01 March 2013 Updated: 01/03 09:47
A CENTRE refurbished as part of a £220,000 project to establish more youth activities in the borough was opened this week.
About 65 youngsters, residents and councillors attended the opening of the Positive Activities Zone club at RSA Arrow Vale Academy on Monday (February 25).
It forms part of a project with Your Ideas and Redditch Skatepark which has been given £42,435 to run this year and a further £92,000 for each of the next two years until April 2015.
Co-ordinator Hayley Capper said the aim of the open evening had been to give young people information about each organisation as well as what would be available to them through the project.
“Everyone was really supportive, especially members of the community which was great as working with them is a big thing for us,” she said.
Anyone aged 13 to 19 can attend the sessions on Thursdays and Fridays between 6.30pm and 9pm.
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