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A voice for city teens.

Teenagers took part in an event aimed at getting their voices heard.

St James' Park hosted GR8, organised by Newcastle City Council's play and youth service.

It focused on making sure young people could have a say in the Town Hall decision-making process.

Youngsters aged 13-19 years-old took part in fun activities and workshops, where they were encouraged to suggest how Newcastle Youth Council should be developed.

The Newcastle Youth Council was set up by the city council as an umbrella organisation to work with teenagers who live in the city.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Apr 11, 2005
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