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This was a hugely successful day, we all worked very hard and the wonderful results are evident from the photos. Please visit the photo gallery in the media section.
We plan to go back and finish the painting once our exams are finished in June.
The film we watched was called The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel which was most entertaining and was a for sure laugh.
We all thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon and The Youth Council has been invited round to play carpet bowels next month.
see gallery for pictures of this event
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Any Junior's members still interested in joining the bowling trip should contact the youth center as there are still a few places available.
At todays Youth Council meeting, the young members began to make their final push towards preparing and finalising the brand new Youth Centre website.
They split into small work groups to work on individual pages, such as the Bands & Videos, the Club Calendar, and the Projects Page.
We have added a brand new survey all about voting, so please fill it in and have your say.
We've searched long and hard through the infinate number of videos on YouTube to give you the music videos from the creme de la creme of Heathfields budding musical composers.
So keep an eye out for the brand new website coming soon... Watch This Space!
This went well; We wacthed the film 'About A Boy', staring Hugh Grant and it went down well with both generations.
In the interval we went into the hall and enjoyed tea and scones. And a nice, long chat with the residents. We alll learnt alot and we hope we have changed their outlook on the youth of Heathfield.
We are hoping to host this event again soon as it was such a success... :)
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