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Youth Forum - July 2012

Laura Cotton started off our July 2012 meeting by telling the group how she has set up her own local Youth Forum at Lancaster City Amateur Swimming and Water Polo Club.

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Youth Forum - 8th January 2012

The Youth Forum met on the 8th January to give a warm welcome to the 6 new members of the team, Alex, John, Laura, Sharon, Daisy and myself Megan. We started off the meeting with a wonderful team building game ‘getting to know each other’ which involved a long twisty corridor and a whole lot of cling film!

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Youth Forum August 2011 - Open Water

Hello everyone. It’s been a busy couple of weeks for the Youth Forum. We’ve been planning and delivering team building activities for a group of young volunteers and attending the Open Water Championships in at Rother Valley Country Park in Sheffield.

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Youth Forum Meeting - July 2011

So the ‘Youth Forum’ took a day trip to Carsington Water for a team building day in order for us to get to know each other better outside of meetings, and allowing us to bond as a team whilst having fun.

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