New charity project aims to help teenagers

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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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