Junior Bodyline Offer

bodyline 1The New Year campaign for young people is now live for all 14 – 18 yr olds who can access 2 months of junior bodyline membership for £5.00 which will include a gym induction, water bottle and towel.

 Anyone over 14 yrs old can now access gym, fitness classes and swimming without parents or guardians at any time, which means that there is more flexibility of when they can access the various sessions.

Just go to www.choosegodo.co.uk for information and to download the voucher.

Please could you circulate this information to all partners who may be able to direct young people to the site.

For more information please contact:
Laura Smales
John Charles Centre for Sport
Middleton Grove
LS11 5DJ
0113 3951246
07891 275376
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Leeds Young Filmmakers Involvement Event (Oct 2012)


copy of poster

Hello Everyone

I came across this event on the Breeze Leeds website and feel that this something all Migrant Community Networkers (MCN’s) and Colleagues from the health, social, youth, community and schools sector should use to engage young people. This FREE launch event on Tuesday 2nd October at between 3.30pm and 6pm. Please register your support and find out more about this fantastic film competition which is open to Leeds young people aged 3-19 who can enter with their school, college, youth, community group or just with a group of friends. I have attached a flyer for you to print and promote to your community or organisation.
Following the overwhelming success of last year’s competition and awards ceremony, The Leeds Young Filmmakers Golden Owl Awards is scheduled to take place at Leeds Town Hall on Wednesday 27th March 2013. It will be a black tie ‘OSCARS’ style event with red carpet, celebrities, look-a-likes and notables from Leeds City Council, Children’s Services and School Improvement.
The awards will represent the culmination of a film competition open to all schools in Leeds, as well as community groups and individuals aged 3-19, and will offer a public platform to celebrate the best of young film-making across the city. Representing more than just a glitz and glamour event, it will highlight the impact film can have on making a positive difference to the lives of young people. Leeds City Council has endorsed this event as an excellent example of work that supports it Child Friendly City aspirations and fully supports, encourages and endorses the creative endeavours of young people. The launch event will provide you with all the information you need to find out how you get involved including;
• Details on how to enter existing and new films
• Demonstrations and examples of films from last year’s event
• Available support for making films for submissions
• A market place of film making resources that are available across the City
Drinks and ‘nibbles’ will be provided.
To find out more about how you, your community and your young people could win one of the
prestigious Golden Owls Awards, please complete and return the booking slip attached:

Shafique Sheikh
Migrant Community Network