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Support for Young People

Off The Record successfully applied to our Small Fund to provide a mental health support service to young people in our community. They’re been running the sessions out of Hope House Centre during 2022/23. Here’s what they have reported:   The introduction of OTR’s listening services in Radstock has evidently met a need amongst local
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Graffiti in Radstock

Youth Connect South West, with the help of some of their young people, gave a brilliant pitch at our 8th Dragons’ Den, and won a grant of £500 towards a graffiti project, here’s their report…   The youth team at Radstock have been able to offer a summer graffiti project on the hoarding at Radco,
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New Pond at Westfield Primary School

We are pleased to have contributed £5,000 towards the creation of an accessible nature area, including a pond, at Westfield Primary School. The school reported: that the site was significantly overgrown, unsafe and inaccessible to all of our school community. The area was cleared during Summer 2021 to enable all of the school’s children, from
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Running For Belief

John Reynolds is a man on a mission. He wants to help children and their parents to improve their confidence, especially around health and wellbeing. John is an enthusiastic runner and has committed a lot of his time towards a very popular local running club that he set up called Westfield TT… now he’s taking
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Radstock Juniors Learn New Skills

One of the best things about our Dragons’ Den is that so many people benefit from it. One of the 11 winners in 2019 was Radstock Juniors Club, who pitched for £500 towards a weekend residential trip for their members. Amanda from Radstock Juniors has been in touch to share with us news of how
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