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Posh Camping!

During the summer holidays we went on a trip to Burnham Deepdale for a stay lasting two nights, staying in a Mongolian “Yurt.” A yurt is essentially a marquee crossed with a tent. They originated from Mongolia. The group stayed in two yurts, one small and one large. We arrived and we were instantly surprised at how luxurious the yurts were. After deciding which
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Beauty Nites

Hi I’m Lisa and I am a Children’s/Youth Worker at Holt Youth Project as well as a Beauty Therapist working with the young people in Blush. **NEWSFLASH** On Tuesday evenings from 7 till 9pm throughout September and October we are launching an exciting new programme in Blush called “Beauty Nites”. These sessions will include good skincare routines and other handy beauty tips. This week
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What We Have To Say…

“I feel very welcome here, we get loads of opportunities and the youth workers really support me” – Mary “It’s excellent here it helps me with my social skills” – James “It’s good to meet new people” – Ashley “It helps me build my confidence” – Christopher  

Shai Ashkenazi: Welcome!!!

Hello to you all and welcome to the newly revamped and super duper Holt Youth Project website. Here you will find all the information that you need about us including details of our regularly programs and activity groups as well as lots of great pictures showing you exactly what we get up to. Speak again soon, Shai Ashkenazi, Member of the Youth Committee.  

Awards recognise young people of Norfolk

National V Awards Bernard Matthews Environmental Awards 2010 – winner Bernard Matthews Community Award 2010 – runner up EDP Young People of the Year Award 2010 – runner up Project Butterfly run by Norfolk Constabulary/Virgin Money/EDP-winner Being instrumental in Holt winning Pride in Norfolk Award in 2009

Bus Shelter

A group of young people from Holt Youth Project worked with CME to secure funding for a film project which they named Bus Shelter – after the only place they could meet when their youth centre is shut. More than 40 participants, aged 13 to 19, worked together to make a series of short films about issues that affect young people growing up in
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