By Harriet Ernstsons Thursday 17 October 2013 Updated: 18/10 11:37
A COMMUNITY project providing positive activities in Matchborough has opened the doors of its new base.
Your Ideas, which works with youngsters aged nine to 25, welcomed around 100 people to the launch of the new centre in Dilwyn Close last Friday (October 11) in conjunction with Redditch Wellbeing Week.
The Matchborough East Community Centre will now be used to host youth and art clubs as well as the spectrum club - open to young people with aspergers or autism spectrum disorder.
Project manager Pauline Marshall said: “The new centre better suits our purposes and will allow us to have several activities on at once which we couldn’t before. It’s going to be much more well suited to some activities we are developing.
“There has been a lot of work involved in getting everything sorted but it has been worth it now we have moved in.”
MP Karen Lumley, who attended the open day, said: “The staff impressed me with their dedication and hard work as well as the Your Ideas students whose passion was fantastic to see.”
Visit www.yourideas.org.uk for more information about the organisation.
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