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'Youth In Action' for 13 - 15 year old girls

December 11, 2013 at 4:49 PM

Family Action is working with girls aged 13 - 15 years who have experienced family violence or trauma. This is a 10-week programme held during term time on Monday evenings and starts on Monday 3rd February 2013 and ends on 14th April 2014.

Venue: 247 Edmonton Road, Henderson

Download the flyer here for more details and dates of the programme

Contact Family Action on Phone 09 837 2491 or Email

Category: Community Notices