Thame Teens To 'Improve' Town

Thame Teens To 'Improve' Town

11:48am 2nd February 2010

Teenagers across Thame are tonight being asked what the town needs.

A recent survey highlighted a lack of facilities and events for the towns 11 to 18 years olds, also a perceived lack of input from them into community events.

The meeting will take place at the town hall between 5 and 7.

Although the group behind the meeting have no budget they intend to apply for grants to make projects happen.

 

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