Celebration of Youth

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Rotary Club of Stokesley present
Celebration of Youth
on Saturday 14 July
Exhibitions and Performances 11am-4pm across Stokesley
Featuring singing, dancing, gymnastics, art, photography exhibitions and more
Youth Concert at Stokesley Methodist Church at 7pm
Tickets £5 available from Brown's Newsagents

Stokesley Methodist Church will be open to the public throughout the day so that everyone can visit the displays of work, arts & crafts made by the young people of Stokesley. We will also be playing host to a Youth Concert & prizegiving ceremony in the evening. Please note that we will be having our usual Coffee Morning, 10.30am to 11.00am, supporting Action for Children.

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