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PCSOS HELP YOUNGSTERS GET ACTIVE


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wo motivated PCSOs from Abbots Langley have started up a project for young people


which aims to provide a safe place to meet and have fun. The officers began the scheme for young people


from the Boundary Way area early in the new year, along with support from schools, residents and housing associations, the council and local businesses. PCSOs Wez Gullin and Ross Bates-Cutter are


familiar faces around the village and Wez told My Local News: ―After speaking to several young people from Boundary Way and hearing that there wasn‘t much constructive for them to do, we decided to organise some activities that fitted around our shifts. ―Since Christmas we‘ve held a variety of


activities, including a pool competition in Boundary Way, a swimming trip, and the hiring of a hall at Woodside Leisure Centre for them to play football. We‘ve also been to a Watford FC home match and the youngsters had a training


The youngsters have been enjoying a number of activities.


session with some of the coaches. It was a great day and a couple of the lads got invited to attend their Skills Academy.‖ Ross said: ―The response has been great and


the young people have gained a lot from it. This project was Wesley‘s brain-child and it has been a privilege to come on board and be part of it.‖ The PCSOs are grateful for the sponsorship


and support the project has received. Ross said: ―A signed Watford FC football raised £250 at an auction at St. Michael‘s school, and Parmiter‘s also donated towards the scheme. The Leavesden Steering Group has also played an invaluable role, as has Mark Lee from Origin Housing.‖ Wez said: ―We‘d also like to say a big thank you


to the Council and Boundary Way Resident‘s Association for their support, and to Domino‘s Pizzas who have donated pizzas. We are looking forward to the ongoing success of this group.‖ For more information email PCSO Ross Bates- C u t t e r a t


r o s s . b a t e s - cutter2@herts.pnn.police.co.uk


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