25 SEP 2015

Greg visits the Tunbridge Wells YMCA

Greg visited the local YMCA to find out more about their new Horizon project which helps young people to develop their vocational and personal skills in order to get them back into education, further training or work.

Greg said:

"This is a fantastic project – many young people need a bit of extra support to get them back into education or work. Some will be offered traineeships in the furniture warehouse to give them some retail trainee and it was great to meet the manager of the store."

During his visit, Greg also met with some of the young residents and staff to find out more about the work of the YMCA.

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