Young people raise awareness of mental health at Lazer Centre event

26 August 2015

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A group of enterprising young people from west Leeds are holding an event tomorrow (Thursday) at the Lazer Centre in Armley to raise awareness of mental health issues.

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There will be loads for children and young people to do including games, sports, dance, a cake sale and face painting.

The event is being run by Youth Helth Now, a group of local 16-17 year olds trying to raise awareness of the importance of physical activities and its links to mental health.

The Lazer Centre is a purpose built urban activity centre housed on a 17 acre site. Some of the activities it offers include: high and low level climbing, Go-Karting, BMXing, mountain and motor biking, survival skills, archery and bushcraft, as well as a full range of indoor and outdoor sports and  activities.

Pop down to Lenhurst Avenue, just off Armley Ridge Road towards Kirkstall Bridge. The event runs 11am to 3.30pm.


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