By Audlem Webteam - 12th April 2007 7:02am
Audlem Online has received the following from Pete Marshall: "Audlem Youth Club continues to open whenever possible in the Public Hall during term time on a Tuesday from 7.15pm to 9.15pm.
"The aim is to provide a meeting place with activities for all young people in Audlem between the ages of 10 and 18 years. Membership is required to gain entry and we have recently introduced a modest annual or termly subscription but there is no week to week entrance charge.
"The Club is run on a rota system entirely by volunteers who are free to commit as much or as little time as they feel able. Some stalwarts are in attendance every fortnight whereas others help once or twice a term. We have a dedicated and friendly team and our occasional planning meetings in the Lord Combermere are also very sociable.
"It is a policy for the safe and smooth running of the club to have at least 4 volunteers in attendance on a Tuesday night. Of course from time to time people move on and we find ourselves struggling to meet our minimum requirements and are forced not to open.
"So if there is anybody out there between the ages of 18 and 118 years who can spare some time on a Tuesday (And yes parents of members, that means you too!) then we would love to hear from you. We really are a friendly bunch and most of the young people don't bite. You will have the added pleasure of knowing you are helping to keep this important village amenity open. Please contact Pete on 811330 or Liz on 812068
Pete Marshall — Chairperson
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