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Ballywaltrim Young Women’s project

The Ballywaltrim Young Women’s Project was set up at the end of 2001, and is a community based youth project in the Ballywaltrim area, under the management of the Little Bray Family Resource Centre, which was established to enable those experiencing poverty and social exclusion to bring about socio-economic change. The project strives to provide quality of access to the young women of Bray, motivate their sense of community, whilst nurturing their ability to participate in a voluntary capacity. In order to achieve its purpose, the Ballywaltrim Young Women’s Programme will further develop and strengthen relationships with and between, young women, workers, external agencies/services and the local community. This will ensure participation, representation and opportunity for its continued development.

The target group is disadvantaged and socially excluded young women living and socialising in the Ballywaltrim Area. These  young women are aged 10-25 years. Young women are also targeted through links and referrals from other providers and agencies responsible for young women in the Area.

Phone 012760376

Email lbfradmin2@eircom.net