Project brightens up the prom
YOUNG people from the Mablethorpe area have taken part in a graffiti project to revamp two shelters on Mablethorpe promenade.
Members of the Youth Forum were involved in the project with the guidance of graffiti artist, James Mayle.
ELDC neighbourhood projects officer, Debbie Prince, said: "As the young people redid the two double shelters last October, we wanted to make sure that they could also do the two single shelters and thanks to funding from LCC Children's Services it has been made possible.
"The young people have worked extremely hard on this project and it is great to be able to show that young people can make a positive difference in the community."
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Youth forum member, Kenny Foakes, said: "The graffiti project has been very inspiring and I have learned new skills and had a laugh with everyone."
Any young person aged 11 to 19 interested in getting involved with the youth forum, is invited to the next meeting on Wednesday, March 13 at 5.30pm in the Community Room, Mablethorpe CAP and Library.