Diamond Jubilee Youth Trust is launched
brand new youth trust that aims to help to help youngsters in
the area was formally launched in Burnham-On-Sea on Monday (November
Diamond Jubilee Youth Trust intends to engage with local youths
and encourage them to foster a community spirit and civic pride.
new group is not just focused on raising money but also wants
to offer local youngsters the benefit of expertise and life experiences.
Trust, which is the brainchild of Ken Hindle and Ian Jefferies,
is also keen to work with groups of a similar nature to exchange
advice and knowledge.
management committee has been set up to receive contributions
and raise funds, where appropriate, and anyone who has an interest
in assisting the trust can apply to become a member," a spokesman
would particularly appreciate younger people joining us and becoming
launch coincides with the Trust making a donation to Burnham Dreamscheme
to purchase a badge-making machine, as pictured here.
young people of the Dreamscheme are setting up an enterprise to
produce badges, fridge magnets and key rings.
any young person has an ambition or needs advice which falls within
the Trusts criteria, the group can be contacted by email
management committee comprises Chairman Ian Jefferies, Treasurer
Steph Lewis, Secretary Mark Newman and Committee Keith Bacon,
Ken Hindle, Jacqui Strong, Jo Burridge-Clayton and Peter Burridge-Clayton.