Urban Impact Youth Festival crammed in activities for young people
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But last year's Urban Impact Youth Festival had wider goals and also aimed to raise awareness of youth issues among the older generation.
Events were held at Molescroft Pavilion, Deer Park Way and Beverley Memorial Hall.
The idea was to cram in activities for young people and enable them to have a say on future youth projects.
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Ali Crompton, youth worker for Beverley Open Doors Community Project, said it was a chance for local groups who work with young people to come together to celebrate work happening in the town.
Community leaders were invited to the conclusion of the four-day festival of free entertain- ment, which was held in July.
The climax was a showcase featuring young people showing the community the different projects they are involved in around Beverley.
The aim was to raise awareness of all the different things going on and encourage organisations like Beverley Town Council to add their support for young people's activities in the town.