Street Safe music gig
As part of the ‘Street Safe’ scheme another free music event for
youngsters is being held at Scarborough Spa on Friday 6 May,
starting at 7pm and ending at 11pm.
Following on from the success of January’s music event, the
Street Safe scheme, delivered by the Safer Communities Partnership
(a joint agency initiative) is holding a second music event for
Scarborough’s most talented young musicians.
The gig will feature a mix of established acts and up and coming
stars of the area and will provide a showcase for young people as
well as encouraging them to try new activities and take advantage
of exciting opportunities.
Sandra Rees, Scarborough Borough Council’s Community Health and
Safeguarding Officer said:
“The event is set to be a wonderful performance of our local
youth music talent with different music styles to appeal to all
tastes. It will give young people an opportunity to see just one
example of the activities available to them in their spare
“There will also be a number of stalls offering advice and
information on a wide range of issues that matter to them.”
Free buses are available to and from the event and will pick up
from both Colescliffe shops in Barrowcliff at 6.45pm and at
Eastfield Shops in Eastfield, at 6.45pm.
For further details about the event contact Sandra Rees on
(01723) 232326 or email firstname.lastname@example.org