Published 31 August 2007
community , news , recovery , young people
The majority of Gloucestershire County Council’s schools will be opening as normal for the beginning of term next week, despite many having suffered damage during the floods.
However, a number of schools, youth centres, children’s centres and other facilities will still be dealing with the impact of last month’s flooding.
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BBC Points West visited leisure@cheltenham today to see the damage caused by the floods. leisure@cheltenham manager, Stephen Petherick gave the film crew a tour and did an interview about the effects of the flooding.
Despite the difficult circumstances the council’s children and youth services team are launching the ‘schools out’ play schemes on Monday 30 July.
Where: Hillview community centre and Swindon Village hall
Time: Registration starts at 10am
Who: For children and young people aged 5-15
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The children and youth services team have been working tirelessly since the flooding to try and get the community play holiday activities up and running as soon as possible.
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