The Pulse Youth Venue in Totnes will open its doors to the public at an open day on Wednesday, November 3 as part of National Youth Work Week (November 1-5).
The event will showcase the wide range of youth work activities run by the youth service in the town. The day will present a chance for parents, young people, professionals and anyone else to go along and find out about the wide range of youth work projects the youth service has taking place in the town.
The event will feature displays on all the projects and youth work activities run by staff and young volunteers and the public can join in with DJ demonstrations by young people and discuss projects and activities with staff and young volunteers, as well as taking a look around the centre.
Devon County Councillor for Totnes Rural Paula Black told the Devon Week: “Youth work is essential in our town, and the service that is provided by our excellent youth workers provides the support that young people need.”
The open day runs from 3.30pm to 9.30pm, and refreshments will be available.
Anyone who would like more information can contact the Totnes Youth Centre on 01803 847798 or email [email protected]
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