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Rawthorpe the high school pupils Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O Loughlin

Rawthorpe the high school pupils Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O Loughlin


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Rawthorpe the high school pupils Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O Loughlin

Rawthorpe the high school pupils Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O Loughlin, Stephanie Joseph and Claire Gash are always ready to give a helping hand. The five members of Rawthorpe community help panel, which has been chosen to represent Huddersfield at the Prudential national youth crime prevention conference next week.
The conference at Leeds University will runs from Tuesday to Thursday. The five pupils will have a chance to meet the princess royal, who is attending the event. The panel was set up four years ago as a youth crime prevention body but changed its name to help with other local issues, such as bottle banks and litter. It is now looking at road safety. It is made up of around 30 high school pupils, staff, neighbours, and kirklees council and police representatives. It meets every three weeks. The five pupils, who will travel to Leeds with senior teacher George few Fewster, had their names picked from a hat for the trip. 5th September 1991

Huddersfield Examiner Archive
Mirrorpix
United Kingdom
HUDD 91 6788

Media ID 21702548

© Mirrorpix

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Rawthorpe High School Pupils Making a Difference in Their Community

EDITORS COMMENTS
. In this photo print, we see the inspiring faces of Rawthorpe High School pupils Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O'Loughlin, Stephanie Joseph, and Claire Gash. These remarkable individuals are always ready to lend a helping hand and have been chosen to represent Huddersfield at the prestigious Prudential national youth crime prevention conference next week. Taking place at Leeds University from Tuesday to Thursday, this conference provides an incredible opportunity for these five students to meet none other than the esteemed Princess Royal herself. The Rawthorpe community help panel was established four years ago as a youth crime prevention body but has since expanded its scope to address various local issues such as bottle banks and litter. Currently focusing on road safety concerns, this dedicated group comprises approximately 30 high school pupils along with staff members, neighbors, Kirklees Council representatives, and police officials who convene every three weeks. The fortunate selection of Hayley Sweet, Emma Fleary, Louise O'Loughlin, Stephanie Joseph, and Claire Gash for this trip was determined by drawing their names from a hat. Accompanied by senior teacher George Fewster, the students will embark on this memorable journey. This photograph captures not only the enthusiasm radiating from these young change-makers but also serves as a testament to their commitment towards creating positive transformations within their community.

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