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Youth Service participants put safeguarding in the picture

Young people who attend Conwy Youth Service sessions have been focussing on marking Safeguarding week (13-17 November). They were asked to submit a piece of artwork around the theme of ‘What makes me feel safe’. 

The works were judged by Cllr Julie Fallon, Cabinet Member for Education who is responsible for the Youth Service, Cllr Hannah Fleet and Cllr Elizabeth Roberts, Cabinet Member for Children, Families and Safeguarding.

The judges were impressed with all the entries received and chose Bella Lehart from Peulwys youth club as the overall winner. Amy Woodbridge from Kinmel Bay youth club was awarded 2nd prize and Lily Gill who attends Kinmel Bay youth club came 3rd.  

These top three submissions will be created into digital format and displayed in various public access buildings within Conwy County Borough Council.

Safeguarding is about protecting vulnerable children and adults from abuse and neglect, and making sure people are supported to live full and happy lives. To find out more about safeguarding visit: www.northwalessafeguardingboard.wales

Around 300 attendees, aged between 11 and 25 years old, take part in Conwy Youth Service sessions across the County every week. For more information visit: Conwy Youth Service – Conwy County Borough Council

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