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Discounts on laser tagging sessions for young people

28 September 2012
Youth workers in Rushcliffe have teamed up with a laser leisure company to offer a series of discounted sessions for teenagers who live in the Rushcliffe area.

Nottinghamshire County Council’s Youth service in Rushcliffe and Nottingham-based Quaser Elite are working in partnership to offer young people aged between 11 and 16 years old from Rushcliffe, laser gaming sessions at reduced rates.

Sessions are taking place at Quaser Elite’s base at Cranbrook Street in the city for young people on the following Mondays: October 1, October 8 and October 15, all from 5.30pm to 8pm.

Nottinghamshire County Council Youth Worker David Warren said: “The focus of this activity is an alternative positive activity for young people with little else to do on Monday evenings. As well as having fun through the organised team games, young people will be supervised by youth workers to ensure that all young people are engaged.”

There are just 60 places for the laser gaming sessions and parents and or carers need to complete a consent form. Please email david.warren@nottscc.gov.uk and you will be emailed a form which you can return by post or scan and return.

Ian Whitehead, Rushcliffe Locality Manager, at the county council, added that the Rushcliffe Youth Team aims to ensure that there are a wide range of positive activities available to young people in and around the Rushcliffe district. It's Young People’s Centres in Bingham, Cotgrave, Ruddington, Keyworth and the Mobile youth project are also offering weekly opportunities for young people to do a variety of positive activities.

And work is ongoing related to the new £5.3m West Bridgford Library and Young People’s Centre which is due for opening in Spring 2013.

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