W4 Youth Plans Community Building For Southfield Park

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The W4 Youth Group, which was founded by a Chiswick resident following the shooting in the face of her teenage son, has proposed a Youth and Community Building for Southfield Park.

Members of the local community can find out more at a Public Exhibition which is being held tomorrow (Wednesday April 22nd) in St Peter's Church Hall, Southfield Road, W4 5JU, from 6.30-8.30 pm.

The group are awaiting confirmation of their bid to get funds for the planning application in May and plan to recruit a fund raiser to work with them to raise the funds for the building. It is anticipated to be a 3-5 year project and once built will provide the young people and community with a 'state of the art' centre and transform the park for maximum use by the community.

Sally Chacatte founded the Club six years ago when her son Oli was randomly shot in the face by a group of young men, as she believed it might help the problem of young people having nowhere to go. They hold clubs five nights a week, with activities ranging from dance and drama to sports, photography and outdoor trips.

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Read more about the club and their activities.


April 21, 2015

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