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Evening of music raises 1,200 for youth charity

This is Somerset

840 days ago   Article ID# 1537397
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Off the Record

SOMERSET, U K (This is Somerset) - The Inner Wheel Club of Chelwood Bridge has presented a cheque for 1,200 to Off the Record.

The donation was made by Inner Wheel president Linda Quinn to Jocelyn Tagg, who was representing the charity that supports young people in Bath and North East Somerset.

The money was raised at an evening of live music, held at Pensford Memorial Hall.

Off the Record aims to improve the emotional, physical and mental wellbeing, and self esteem of young people aged up to 25 who live, study or work in the area.

It is an informal, friendly service giving information, support, advice and counselling.

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Updated 840 days ago   Article ID# 1537397

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