Summer fete gives Yate youth cafe a cash boost

Summer fete gives Yate youth cafe a cash boost

SR_238_001 Armadillo Youth Cafe volunteers Isabelle Machin,11, Cory Strong,16, Sophie webber,18, Matthew Hallett,15, and Sophie Smith,14, at the Cafe's summer fete (8436700)

SR_239_001 Andrew Parsons,16, getting his fingerprint taken by Yate Beat Team PCSO's Summer Jones and Helen May at the Armadillo Cafe summer fete (8436694)

First published in News

STALLS were set up inside the Armadillo youth cafe inYate for its summer fete, which raised about £330 for the building's funds.

A poor weather outlook brought everything under cover, except a police stand as officers had their own gazebo to keep themselves dry.

The event was organised after the success of a pre-Christmas fair last year, with stallholders selling items ranging from hair ribbons to books and gifts.

Visitors also had the chance to find out about the activities and facilities provided in the cafe, which opened in 2011.

Sophie Webber, a business administration apprentice at the centre, said: "The money which was raised will be used to buy whatever the young people who use the cafe say is needed. We will sit down with them and see what they want in the building.

"The Christmas fair had been such a big success that we decided to do one for the summer and despite the rain, there was a really nice atmosphere throughout the event."

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