Cadets, girl guides, scouts and other uniformed organisations from Bedfordshire are working together to make youths more aware of the opportunities on offer.
Representatives from groups that form Bedfordshire Youth United will be at The Mall shopping centre in Luton on Friday (October 30) from 10am.
Adult volunteer Nigel Taylor said: “Getting all of the organisations together gives young people and their parents a great opportunity to see a wide variety of activities available on their doorstep. It’s also a great chance for teenagers and adult volunteers to access some training they could later use in a CV.”
The ten organisations that make up the group are; Air Training Corps, Army Cadets, Boys’ Brigade, Fire and Rescue Cadets, Girlguiding, Girls’ Brigade, Police Cadets, Scouts, Sea Cadets and St. John Ambulance.
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To find out more visit www.youthunited.org.uk/regions/youth-united-bedfordshire.