Wednesday, January 02, 2008
Sinead Keller at icCoventry reports on how a £10,000 log cabin is providing muchneeded communal space for younger residents of flats in Coventry supported by charity Nacro. The wooden hut has a kitchen, lounge and bathroom, and is now being used by the youngsters for meetings and workshops. Heather Horton, team manager at Nacro, told Keller that the cabin is proving a great success. ""We didn't have a communal area before to hold house meetings or for other agencies to link up with the young people, so this is really important. We have also had group cooking sessions which have gone really well, all in all it has been a godsend."
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