New charity project aims to help teenagers

Fareham MP Suella Fernandes, second right, and Minister of State for Schools The Rt Hon Nick Gibb MP, centre, with representatives from Portchester Community School  and Henry Cort Community College

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A CHARITY is teaming up with Fareham Borough Council to provide a new service for young people.

Y Services at Fareham North West Community Centre in Henry Cort Drive has made a partnership with the council to launch its Clued Up To Go project.

It will provide help and advice on a range of issues for young people. Local counselling charity, the Moving On Project, will also be involved.

The project will be launched through a series of sessions held at the community centre.

From 3pm till 5pm, every Monday, there will be health and wellbeing drop-in sessions for 11 to 19-year-olds including information on drugs, stress and self-esteem.

From 5.45pm till 7.30pm, on a Thursday, there will be a youth club for 10 to 13-year-olds with sport and games.

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