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Holmes Chapel Youth Council



The Holmes Chapel Youth Council held its first Annual General Meeting on Monday 16 September, where they celebrated the achievements of the inaugural Youth Council for Holmes Chapel as well as electing the Youth Council for the academic year ahead.

There are now 12 members on the Youth Council – with one new member being elected this term. The previous 11 members from the original Youth Council are all standing again for this next year which is great news.


The new Chair is Bella Mac, and Vice Chairman is Theodore Castle.

The inaugural Youth Council with Parish Councillor Mike Street, Fiona Bruce MP and Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School Community Liaison rep Mr Phil Roberts.

So far the Youth Council have arranged and held regular meetings, have run a poster competition to raise awareness of environmental issues, conducted a survey on providing a Youth shelter in Holmes Chapel and also have launched the Holmes Chapel Youth Cinema! This is scheduled to have its first screening on Saturday 5 October and is an exciting new venture for the young people in Holmes Chapel.

Inaugural Youth Council Chairman Theodore Castle and Vice Chairman Bella Mac presenting the award to the winners of the poster competition, group entry. The posters will be displayed around school and also in the wider community in the coming months. Also pictured is Cllr Mike Street, the village competitions judge.

The next meeting of the Youth Council will be on Monday 21 October.


http://www.holmeschapelparishcouncil.gov.uk/

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