March 22, 2012 Nantwich News
Young traders from Crewe and Nantwich will be attending the region’s first Youth Market at Minshulls Garden Centre this Saturday.
Organisers will be joined by Youth Federation while Redshift Radio will broadcast live from the event between 9am and 4pm.
Big Society Works will also be there promoting the Legacy Pledge website which raises money for young sports athletes going to the Olympics in the Cheshire & Warrington area.
Event organiser Steve Minshull said: “With over one million NEETS (not in education, employment or training) in the UK today and the huge decline in markets up and down the country, I think this is a positive story for Crewe and Nantwich.”
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