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BGYC We need you

Hello everyone BGYC has a new youth worker, Maria who is settling in nicely and is enjoying working with our amazing club and the new intake are enjoying themselves. WE need to ask again the club needs more people to help on Thursday’s from 6.30pm (to help with set up)-9pm. Volunteers are usually parents of the children attending but many of the helpers do not have children attending the club. We know your children enjoy the club, all we ask…

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EVENTS IN PICTURES 2017

BGYC Events in 2017 in Pictures   Pancake Making Ian made stacks of pancakes which went down very well Cake Making SMOOTHIE BIKE…

AUTUMN EVENTS 2016

SEPTEMBER-DECEMBER EVENTS 2016 Dear Volunteer, Thank you for volunteering  to help out with BGYC. On your volunteer week, please be at the hall at 6.30pm.  It takes around 15 mins to get all the equipment out e.g. pool table, table tennis, computers etc. The youth worker briefs all volunteers at 6.45pm, ready for the start at 7pm.  The session runs until 9pm. We are grateful and appreciate your help, without you there is no BGYC. Thursday Theme Team Leader Assistant…

Goody Bags

As you know we fill the goody bags for the Barns Green Half Marathon every year, and The Club receives a generous donation from the Half marathon for our effort you can see more about the Half Marathon here This year we will be filling bags on the 22nd September 2016. As usual Simon will be organising and managing the event so please come along and help and join in the fun, yes it is fun.…

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Newsletter May 2015

Week 1: On the first week, the members of the club were let outside again. This time, we were allowed to play a brand new game invented by the fantastic leader Anne. The objective was to whack the opponent with a swimming noodle, as though you were playing the medieval sport of jousting. The game was a huge success, and drew in members of all age groups. As well as this, more traditional games like football were being played all…

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Newsletter April 2015

Week 1: On the week before Easter, the Youth Club had a egg hunt. Small eggs were hidden throughout the club, and it was our job to find a maximum and two each and, of course, eat them! After the “egg”citement of the hunt, there were games like Jenga set up around the club to play. Jenga has been a firm Youth Club favourite for a long while now, as it’s fun to build towers as well as playing the…

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VOTE for BGYC

Anne Has registered the club with Aviva Community Fund so all we need now is lots of votes. Can you all please vote for us and send on to as many people as possible. Just follow the link Vote for us now at https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/3598/ Thank You Simon   This email has been checked for viruses by Avast antivirus software. www.avast.com…

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NEWSLETTER-07

MARCH 2015 NEWSLETTER 07 Fortnightly Newsletter Issue no. 7 Week 1: This week, the brilliant Sarah Foster came to the club to teach the members how to dance. The dance session covered several modern tracks like Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk”, as well as lesser-known disco tracks like the internet phenomena “Sandstorm” by Darude. The evening was very highenergy, with most members being completely exhausted aftr a couple of dances. However, each dance was great fun and encouraged members who would not usually…

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