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Project Change Croydon

Walk around Croydon - raising for Croydon Youth Theatre Organisation

walking about 18 miles around Croydon for Croydon Youth Theatre because they do great work for our town.

raised by 11 supporters

Croydon Youth Theatre

CYTO = young Croydon people (13 – 25) learning theatre skills in workshops (acting, dance, stage management, singing etc) and productions in the Shoestring Theatre. No audition for membership. New skills, wider horizons, different career choices and lifelong friendships are long-lasting impacts.

Charity Registration No. 1077861


Thanks for taking the time to visit Project Change Croydon's JustGiving page - we'll be walking around Croydon with Gavin Barwell MP soon and need your help!

In this team are:

Naomy Kuma, Titi Odusanwo, Philips Nerujans Rexedin, Visitation Lesterpearson, Folakemi Swain, Daniella Iheanetu, Sandrine Charles, Zoe Dench, Anvar Sarggulov, Maggie Strumelieva.

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About Project Change

After the riots in Croydon and other places last August, there was a lot of media coverage about “feral teenagers”.

In fact, most of the people convicted of offences in Croydon on 8th August weren’t teenagers and only a tiny minority of young people in Croydon were involved, but the media love to stereotype.

It’s time we did something about it.

With the help of Croydon MP Gavin Barwell, we have got together a group of young people from right across the borough who are going to meet up once a month to do something to improve the town – and hopefully change other people’s perceptions of young people in the process.

We’ll decide what we are going to do and Gavin has said he’ll help arrange the necessary funding and equipment - and provide a reference for anyone who turns up regularly.