3B are happy to get behind the idea of aiming to give young people the facilities to have fun in their spare time. It will be a safe and friendly environment in Westhoughton.
With the support of 3B Training Bolton Lads and Girls Club have recently set a date for the opening of the new centre based in the small town of Westhoughton. The new venture will be named the Westhoughton Youth Project and its doors will ready for opening in November.
3B Training Director Mathew Bewley said: “It is very exciting for a Westhoughton based company like 3B to be part of something so influential in the community. This is giving young people somewhere to go. My daughter who I’m sure will make the most of this facility. 3B Training is proud to be part of the local community; most of our staff are local and being involved in this is giving us a say in the future of young people in Westhoughton”.
Justine Brooks 3B Director said: “It is very exciting to be here representing 3B as part of this project. I am looking forward to seeing how it progresses with our support.”
“Our sister company Bromak Recruitment, is a patron of Bolton Lads and Girls Club. Some of their employees have has been mentors, it’s all about helping children develop.”
3B Training already has a strong relationship with Bolton Lads and Girls Club. They have provided training for young people who may be interested in working in the construction industry. 3B Training recently teamed up with the Bolton Lads and Girls Club to work on the Renov8 project. The project helped young people who are not in employment, education or training gain first-hand experience of working on a live construction project. The project saw a four-bedroom, end terrace in Kearsley get a complete transformation. Including taking down internal walls, replacing the flooring, fitting new windows & doors. The house was then decorated and is intended to be sold to fund the next project.
The new club will be based on Central Drive, Westhoughton just down the road from 3B Training’s head office. For more information on the project visit their the Bolton Lads and Girls Club website
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