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Angelina's bid to bring harmony.

ANGELINA MCNAUGHT (above) has a mission to improve relations between people at opposite ends of the age scale in rural north Warwickshire.

She has been appointed the area's rural youth worker, based at North Warwickshire Council for Voluntary Service, in Atherstone.

It follows a survey which found that because many of the villages have few facilities for young people, youngsters were often perceived as "causing a problem".

Her role will be to develop youth clubs, get more young people aged 11-19 involved in voluntary work, and recruit local youth workers to run the schemes.

Angelina said she welcomed "getting stuck in and doing what I can to improve the lives of people of all ages in the rural communities."
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Publication:Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)
Date:Aug 15, 2006
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