Neighbourhood Champs: TEENAGER ACTS AS A ROLE MODEL.Byline: By MARY MURTAGH
TEENAGER Mark Newton juggles his GCSEs with being a charity clarinettist, youth leader and football coach.
The hardworking 16-year-old from Childwall gives up his spare time to entertain, act as a role model to younger children and coach the beautiful game.
Now Mark has been named a Neighbourhood Champ after proud mum Lynne nominated him.
He said: 'I am delighted to have won. It is really hard work fitting it allin because I am in my final year at school.
'I want to be a primary school teacher so working with the kids is great. I am like an extra big brother for a lot of them.'
Mark is working hard for his GCSEs at St Margaret's High school in Aigburth but manages to fit in: n Helping out as a youth group leaderat his local church All Saints All´ Saints`
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n Coaching the after-school junior football team at Childwall Church of England Church of England: see England, Church of. school.
n Raising funds for the Marie Curie Curie (kürē`), family of French scientists.
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Marie Sklodowska Curie, 1867–1934, chemist and physicist, b. hospice in Woolton where Mark's grandad died. He also gives regular concerts on his clarinet clarinet, musical wind instrument of cylindrical bore employing a single reed. The clarinet family comprises all single-reed instruments, including the saxophone. The predecessor of the modern clarinet was the simpler chalumeau, which J. C. there.
n Organising a spring clean on his street by getting a group of friends together to clear up the beer cans, litter and dead branches lying around.
His mum Lynne said: 'Mark is a normal lad who loves Liverpool Football Club, sailing, cycling, music and being a DJ but most of all he loves people and life
DEDICATION: Mark Newton, right, coaching the Childwall C of E Football Team