Delyn MP David Hanson has helped re-launch the Hope 37 social enterprise which aims to provide training and skills for local people and provide a place and activities for young people in the area.
Mr Hanson MP met the new youth outreach worker Leanne Stamford and Hope 37 Trustee Rev Aidan Coleman to re-launch the social enterprise which will operate a cafe in tower gardens every weekday except Wednesday from 9am-2:30am, with a youth club from 3:30pm -5:30pm on Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursday.
The re-launch comes just after the annual children in need appeal which last year gave the charity an award of eight thousand pounds. The plan is to open the café for businesses before Christmas though volunteers are needed. To volunteer for the café, people can get in touch with Leanne on 01352 719322.
?Leanne Stamford said:
“I believe hope 37 will make a real difference for people in Holywell so I hope people can spare some time to come forward and volunteer.”
David Hanson MP said:
“I think this social enterprise could be a real benefit for the people in Holywell by offering skills to local people and a place to go for young people, so I’m pleased it’s opened and I wish Leanne and her volunteers every success. It’s an important cause so if anyone does have some spare time do please get involved.”