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Tomorrow, Wednesday 15th

Last week Rock Monsters, this week we're moving!!!!!

Yes, I can at last confirm that we will be able to hold our very first session in the new Youth Club Room, this Wednesday 15th November at our original time of 7pm until 9pm.

It's a special moment and so we will be rustling up a few cakes and nibbles to mark the occasion. We'll also be trialling the selling of mini bowls of breakfast cereal (Coco pops, Crunchy nut cornflakes and Cookie crunch) and chocolate and strawberry milkshakes.

A big screen for music and movies, a pool table and a small floodlit area outside where we hope to set up the ball hoop, amongst other things. Loads of places to sit and chill in the warm while you enjoy the free WiFi and time out with your mates.

No special activity this week, we just want you to come and explore the space that has been created for you. Still got stuff to sort, but we think you'll like it. Still only £1. Brilliant!

We're flat-packed out but dead excited!

See you Wednesday.

For more info call Kate on 07789 915940

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