Angelina's bid to bring harmony.
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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