Audlem Youth Club to Close

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Due to declining attendance and lack of adult volunteers, I am sorry to announce that the Audlem Youth Club will be closing for the foreseeable future.
Our signing in attendance for the last three months has been very poor with the adult volunteers well out numbering the youth some weeks.

Since the youth club was restarted in 2015 with the great work of Kate Parkes, support from the original volunteers has increased from 2 or 3 nights per month to every week with the loss of Caitlin due to relocation out of the area.

It is now time for fresh faces to step forward with new ideas and energy to run the youth club if Audlem wants to keep this going.

On a more positive note, the current team of Monique, Carol, Gin and myself are all willing to continue on a reduced rota of attendance.

Please remember we do have a well equipped youth room in the Public Hall Annexe.

Please contact me on 07474 320180 if you wish for the youth club to continue.

So there will be no Youth Club this Wednesday

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