Film to showcase forum's work

By Harriet Ernstsons Monday 09 December 2013 Updated: 09/12 11:53

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Buy photos » MYF members Dan Sutor, 12, and Kim Futrill, 13, try out the donated equipment with Round Table chairman Kuldeep Bwail. Picture by Marcus MIngins 5013003MMR

THE WORK of a youth forum is set to be shared thanks to funding for a camera and camcorder.

Members of Matchborough Youth Forum were given money for the equipment by Redditch Round Table so they can put together a film about the activities they take part in.

Round Table chairman Kuldeep Bwail said: "I'm delighted we could help these young people, this is what the Round Table in Redditch want to be able to do more of and I'm really looking forward to seeing a preview of the film."

MYF leader Coun Juliet Brunner said: "I would like to thank the Redditch Round Table for their help, the children are so pleased with the equipment and they are really looking forward to using it."

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