Published: February 22, 2009
Highbridge youngsters rewarded for 'Dreamscheme' community work

Youngsters from Highbridge who have been taking part in a week of community work as part of the town's new 'Dreamscheme' project were rewarded with an afternoon of ten pin bowling on Saturday (February 21st).

Dozens of youngsters travelled to Stardust Amusements in Brean for several hours of ten pin bowling, which they'd earned by undertaking various local jobs, such as cleaning Apex Park and collecting rubbish from the centre of Highbridge.

Over 70 children aged 8-16 have been taking part in the Highbridge Dreamscheme this week. It has been set up by the Children and Young Persons Sub-Committee of the Local Action Team for Highbridge, alongside Highbridge Police.

If you are interested in joining Highbridge Dreamscheme, see the official website available here.


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