Isle of Wight awards youth service funding to charities

Laura McCardle
Thursday, July 31, 2014

Eleven voluntary and community groups are set to provide youth services on behalf of Isle of Wight Council, the authority has confirmed.

With unemployment high on the Isle of Wight, young people are to be encouraged to develop their own enterprises. Image: Tom Julier
With unemployment high on the Isle of Wight, young people are to be encouraged to develop their own enterprises. Image: Tom Julier

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