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Kintyre Youth Enquiry Service continues to change lives

Boosted by BBC Children in Need funding


THERE is much more to Kintyre Youth Enquiry Service (KYES) than just operating a traditional youth club. It provides a safe environment for the young people in the area to meet on a social level, participate in training and take part in various activities provided by the club, enabling people to develop socially and mentally through the wide range of provisions offered.

Thanks to BBC Children in Need funding of £58,000, the Main Street charity’s Phil Edwards is set to continue helping at least 150 young people a week for the next three years.

Mr O’Hara returned five months later, in September, as Argyll and Bute MP, when Kintyre Foodbank launched its recipe book at KYES. In our picture from left are, Justine Adams, Jessica Marie Ferns, KYES chairperson Lindsay Ferns, Lesley Renton, Phil Edwards, Brendan O’Hara, Stuart King, Christine Jardine from Kintyre Foodbank, Jess Morkel and Mary Anne Stewart.
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