Guest speakers will share their experiences of turning their lives around at the launch of a project aimed at getting youngsters off the streets and away from knife and drug crime.
A Cultural Conversation will see special guests such as Quince Garcia, Tippa D, Massimo Fiocco, Danny Blaze, and Paul Kyriacou share their stories with youngsters and their families.
The event has been organised by Manor Estate tenants’ and residents’ association as part of a wider initiative which aims to run free six-week projects such as self-defence and graffiti workshops for youngsters aged twelve to nineteen who live in the borough.
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The aim of the project is to empower youngsters and to get positive role models to share where they’ve come from and where they are today.
A Cultural Conversation will be held at Rennie and Manor TRA hall, Galleywall Road, Bermondsey, SE16 3NP, on Sunday, July 22, from 11am to 2pm.
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