Young Concerns celebrate silver jubilee

Communities / Tue 16th Jul 2013 at 08:35am

YOUNG Concern Trust, a Harlow based charity supporting children and young people, celebrated it’s 25th-anniversary with a fund-raising garden party in the beautiful grounds of Gaston House in Little Hallingbury.
Guests include agencies from across the region as well as families and friends who have supported or gained support from the YCT.
This was well attended including by the chair (Cllr Linda Pailing) and Vice Chair (Cllr Ian Beckett) of Harlow Council, Harlow West Essex County Councillor Karen Clempner, YCT Board Member Cllr Emma Toal, and Councillors Jon Clempner and Sue Livings.

YCT Director Robert Locke said: “It was a fantastic afternoon as well over a hundred people came together to mark 25 years of YCT’s services for children and young people.

‘We have been holding a range of events during the year to mark our 25 years of activity in Harlow and it was amazing to bring people together to celebrate on such a fantastic day and in such a beautiful setting.

“YCT works extremely hard delivering emotional and mental health support to hundreds of children and young people every year and it is really encouraging to know that we are supported in this work by such a large and diverse number of people. It is only by getting the support that we do that we are able to help change the lives of so many.”


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