WEYES

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WEYESWest End Youth Enquiry Service (UK)
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West End Youth Enquiry Service Y (WEYES) will show those aged 11 to 25 how to feed themselves healthily for under PS15 a week by teaching them budgeting and cook-cooking skills.
Auf Wiedersehen, Pet and Benidorm star Tim Healy and youngsters from the West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) have been filmed showing off their cookery skills at the drop-in project in Westgate Road, Newcastle.
West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) has been shortlisted for funding from The Jubilee People's Millions, an annual grants programme run by the Big Lottery Fund, in partnership with ITV.
The West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES), Westgate Road, Newcastle, a project of the regional charity Children North East, underwent extensive refurbishment to transform it into a contemporary facility.
Children North East is aiming to raise pounds 400,000 to redevelop its West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) project, a one stop shop for local young people who are looking for support and guidance in the West End of the city.
Northumbrian Water has donated pounds 4,000 towards the refurbishment of the West End Youth Enquiry Service, on Westgate Road.
The proceeds will go to Children North East's West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) appeal to help raise the pounds 350,000 needed to re furbish and staff a building that will provide advice, information and support for young people.
The event was to raise money for Children: North East's "West End Youth Enquiry Service" (WEYES) - a project which provides support to vulnerable and lonely young people who may be leaving care, living alone or finding it hard to cope with a difficult or challenging time in their lives.
With wife Denise Welch, Tim also wheeled barrows and swung lump-hammers at the West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) on Westgate Road, a run-down Victorian house operated by Children North East, one of the region's oldest charities.
Paul, 38, has been supporting Simon in the running of the work on the West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) site for charity Children North East and will soon be helping to manage an extension of Boldon School where the firm will be converting the gym into a computer cluster and replacing it with a new one.
The Children North East West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) does just that.
The West End Youth Enquiry Service (WEYES) project, run by charity Children North East, has been operating out of a rundown Victorian building in Graingerville North, West Newcastle, for the last decade.
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