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Youngsters wanted for Kensington magazine.

TEENAGERS are to prove the pen is mightier than the sword.

Kensington Regeneration is funding a quarterly magazine to be written and designed by young people aged between 13 and 21.

The magazine, which will highlight anything from fashion to local issues of concern, will be put together through weekly workshops, which will take place in youth clubs around the area.

The young newshounds will also get tips from the experts and visit media outlets, including the ECHO.

Val McGrath, chairwoman of Kensington's lifelong learning, employment and enterprise committee said: "This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to express themselves in a way that they choose.

"There will be professional guidance from the trainers involved but the choice of stories, style of writing and design, plus many of the photographs will be their own work."

Anyone interested in contributing to the magazine should call 0151 2336182.
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Date:Nov 7, 2007
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