Safe in Tees Valley News

Community Space Challenge Extended to 'All Ages'

Posted : 25/04/2012

Safe in Tees Valley have secured Social Action Funding  to deliver Catch22 national Community Space Challenge All Ages across the Tees Valley.

It's an opportunity for people of all ages to take on projects in run down and forgotten spaces and change them into places for communities to use and enjoy!

The Community Space Challenge All Ages programme is being introduced across the Tees Valley in local parks, cemetery's, community centres,  church halls, green and  run down spaces and anti-social behaviour hotspot areas.

Liam Noble, Community Space Challenge Senior Worker, says "the programme is bringing communties together;  local residents of all ages, Neighbourhood Development Officers, Youth Workers, local Councillors and a Parish Priest are all giving their time and other resources to support local environmental projects".

If you would like to volunteer or support a Community Space Challenge All Ages project in Darlington, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland or Stockton-on-Tees please contact:

Liam on 07590486843 or liam.noble@safeinteesvalley.org or Andrew Henderson (Safe in Tees Valley Volunteers Coordinator) on 07715123750 or andrew.henderson@safeinteesvalley.org

 

 

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