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Apr 23 - GYS Celebrates Easter Holidays With Members

The Gibraltar Youth Service says the Easter holidays have been a "fun and busy time".

Laguna Youth Club’s held a community Easter hamper project.

At the Youth Centre, Rags to Riches participants designed and created t-shirts from reusable materials and clothing.

The Gibraltar Youth Production Team learnt about different styles of photography and took part in a visual treasure hunt.

A spokesperson said: "Two inter-club events were organised during the week which enabled youth club members to forge new friendships and engage in different youth club settings, thereby increasing their confidence and self-esteem.

"An inter-club basketball tournament took place at the Tercentenary Sports Hall which catered for two separate age groups, 6-10 year olds and 11-18 year olds, with members of all four youth clubs taking part.

"The other inter-club event took place over the border in Wakana Lake, Benalup. This event saw 45 young people take part in outdoor adventure activities such as hiking, archery, team- building activities and a 1.5 km Spartan themed mud trail. These activities, in addition to the chance to experience a day out, offered the young people the opportunity to continue building and developing their personal and social skills in an alternative environment."

For further information on becoming a youth club member or for any general information about the Gibraltar Youth Service please contact Mark Zammit, Principal Youth Officer on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.or call 20078637.



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