Can you help our Youth club in Malpas? As a volunteer run club we see between 70 and 80 young
people a week during school terms. The age group varies from 8 to 16, over two sessions:
Wednesday for seniors (year 7 upwards) and Friday for juniors (years 4 — 7). We open the sessions
at 6:00pm and close at 8:00pm.
If you wish to get involved , why not come along and find out what working with young people is
like. Our group of volunteers is very supportive and the children and young people of Malpas are
great fun. On warm evenings the challenge is not to enjoy yourself too much.
We do not expect volunteers every week once a term would provide great support. If you have a
particular skill it can be used to help develop the children. Cooking, art, music and sports are
enjoyed. Most of all just being there to help manage the sessions provides the children with a safe
and friendly environment to socialise and relax.
Our original Young Person's committee wanted 'a pub with no beer'. So with all the free tea, coffee
and hot chocolate it really is a good time for volunteers as well as our youngsters.
There are many ways to help. Gardening, repairs, shopping, ICT etc. Just ask and we can always
make use of any help offered. We always need help with finance and administration. Any
committee volunteers would be welcomed with open arms.
The need for help increases as the number of our young members increases so please try and give
us a little time
John Pierson 01948 860453
Sally Sharp 01948 860453
Steven Schrimshaw 01948 861337
Margo Webb 01948 861019
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