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StepUp Grants for Tabby and Darci

  Tabby Goulty (age 15) and Darci Goulty (age 12) from Windlesham have both been awarded StepUp grants to help develop their wakeboarding skills.  Here's what the sisters had to say about the award: ’Both of us started wakeboarding a few years ago but it is in the last two years that we chose to take up the sport competitively. As well as entering fun competitions we now compete in nationally ranked competitions, the next being the British Cable Nationals at the end of July. We are so grateful to have been given this StepUp grant from Windle Valley Youth Project.  The money will … [Read More...]

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StepUp Update from Zoe Taylor

Zoe Taylor, a young rower who used her StepUp grant from WVYP to purchase a video camera to help with her training, has been busy on the water.  Have a read of her update: ‘Everything has been very exciting at the moment. At the end of the Easter break I raced in a pair at […]

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Trip to Farnborough International Airshow 2014

Take a look at Frank Allison’s blog of our trip with young people from the Youth Council and other groups to the Farnborough International Airshow 2014 on Surrey Heath Residents Network

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Crabtree Relaunch Jam Photos

Surrey Heath Youth Council’s project to improve Crabtree Skatepark was completed on Sat 5th April when they held a Relaunch Jam. The ribbon was cut by Deputy Mayor Bob Paton. It was great seeing ex-youth councillor and originator of the project Ope back to join in the celebrations.

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Editors Wanted

This exciting opportunity could see you joining a team of 3 Chief Editors to create and run a new online brand that will inform, support and celebrate young people (11-18) in Surrey Heath.

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Mentoring

If you want to achieve something or make a change in your life, meeting with a mentor can often help.

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Only Kings Allowed Youth Club

Only Kings Allowed (OKA) is an after school youth club that runs on Weds 3:45-5:15 during term-time at Kings International College. Anyone who goes to Kings can come.  There’s pool, table tennis, games consoles, a chance to do you homework, separate chill out sofa room for years 10 and 11, films, plus a chance to […]

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