10th March 2005
from a Cleethorpes youth centre have put together a short programme for Comic
Relief this Friday (11th March) with the help of students from the
Nine students from the Hull School of Art & Design produced, filmed and edited comedy sketches and songs written and performed by children from the Trin Youth Centre.
The youngsters, from various schools in the area, appealed for contributions to their Comic Relief broadcast which is based on the theme of making poverty history.
from all three levels of the Television and Film Design degree course were
commissioned by the BBC to film the project and acted as studio crew for the
recording of links presented by two Trin youngsters at the BBC building in
producer and final-year student
Peter Atkinson-Dell, course leader, said that this project and the benefits of the BBC’s Spark TV project are promoting and encouraging the development of valuable relationships and understanding between schools, higher education and industry in the region.
The Trin Youth Centre offers young people diverse opportunities to develop personal and social skills, enabling them to raise personal awareness and participate in fund-
raising voluntary action and peer education. For further information visit www.nelincs.gov.uk/community/youngpeople/trin-youthcentre.htm
For further information about Comic Relief visit www.comicrelief.com
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Gill Noakes, Assistant Press Officer
01522 886244 email@example.com
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