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Breckland Youth Council fun days

PUBLISHED: 14:45 21 January 2009 | UPDATED: 14:57 07 July 2010

Five days of fun activities are being laid on in early February to celebrate the launch of Breckland's new youth council.

From February 2 to 6 a team from Breckland Council will be on the road with radio station Kiss FM to encourage young people to vote in their piers to serve on the council.

Five days of fun activities are being laid on in early February to celebrate the launch of Breckland's new youth council.

From February 2 to 6 a team from Breckland Council will be on the road with radio station Kiss FM to encourage young people to vote in their piers to serve on the council.

Voters will be given a unique code which will give them online access to all of the candidates and the chance to vote for who they feel best represents their views.

Every evening between 5pm and 7pm a variety of activities, including a mobile ice rink, climbing wall and dance performances from two local dance groups, will be available.

The Kiss FM Street Team will be on hand for music, fun and freebies while the Light Dragoons from Swanton Morley will also be make a special appearance with their armoured vehicles.

Events will be held at:

Swaffham Assembly Rooms on Monday, February 2.

Wayland High School on Tuesday, February 3.

Dereham Leisure Centre on Wednesday, February 4.

Queens Square Car Park, Attleborough, on Thursday, February 5.

Thetford Leisure Centre on Friday, February 6.

On the final evening candidates running in the elections will be invited to the launch where the election results will be collated and the fifteen elected members of Breckland Youth Council will be announced.


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