PWC Employees Gives Ham Youth Centre A New Lease Of Life

On Friday 18 May employees from PWC attended Ham Youth Centre and completed vital maintenance and decorating work in the Youth Centre and its grounds.  This was made possible through [...]

On Friday 18 May employees from PWC attended Ham Youth Centre and completed vital maintenance and decorating work in the Youth Centre and its grounds.  This was made possible through our involvement with UK Youth.

Volunteers redecorated the kitchen and painted a large wall in the main activity hall while other volunteers transformed the overgrown garden ensuring the young people have a safe and positive environment.

If this wasn’t enough volunteers also litter picked the car park and tidied up the art room store cupboard.

Volunteers also helped with general cleaning in the TAG room, helped to set up activities ready for our evening sessions and packed 200 bags with leaflets and giveaways ready for our Transition and Local Offer Fair.

Though TAG Youth Club for Disabled Young people are only a hirer of the facilities it’s encouraging that we are able to give something back to the community and work with local Children’s Services in improving facilities that are under invested.

     

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3 days ago

TAG Youth Club

Another reminder, well more of a plea really. We’re at Waitrose Twickenham tomorrow bag packing to raise funds for the Club. We have 2 slots to fill and we really need your help. young people, parents, carers and friends welcome.

If you can help please email us info@tagyouthclub.org or reply to this text.

Times are:

14:00-16:00
16:00-18:00
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