10:00AM, Thursday 02 October 2014
There was dancing in the streets of Windsor as a new project was launched to get young people into employment.
The event was held at East Berkshire College in Claremont Road to promote the Elevate Me service, which will offer careers advice and support to young people aged between 16 and 24.
Over 40 performing arts students also flooded Peascod Street and entertained shoppers through live music and dance.
Cllr Phillip Bicknell, Cabinet member of Children’s Services, who was at the launch, said the benefits young people can get from such services are 'critical to our community'.
He said: "It was great to be at the launch and feel the energy from those professionals involved."
The event took place on Friday, September 26.
Visit www.rbwm.elevateme.org.uk for more information.
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