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Young people provide lots of fun in their community
3:30pm Friday 6th September 2013 in News
A SMALL group of DAFFY young people recently ran three fun days at the end of August for five-nine year olds in the local community.
The DAFFY Collective is a positive activities provider in Droitwich.
The young people voluntarily gave up their time to complete training and to assist in the running of the fun days for younger children. They worked really hard and were really hands on.
Some of the activities which the children took part in included arts and crafts, cookery, sports, puppet shows and team games.
A spokesman said: “The young people really enjoyed working with the younger children and everyone had a great time.
“It was great to see the young people taking the time to get involved in their community and to meet some younger children and their families.
“It was really a fantastic event and I would like to thank Droitwich Spa High School for all the support they have given us and the project, through the use of their hall and facilities, it would not have been possible without them or the young people.”
DAFFY run open access sessions for 13-19 year olds on Monday and Wednesdays, on the Westland's estate, and Thursdays, at the Community Hall on Heritage Way, and a creative arts/music session on Saturday's from noon until 3pm at the Community Hall on Heritage Way.
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