Tickets are now on sale for SNAP DC (Say No And Phone Dance Club) at Ferneham Hall on Friday 30 September from 7pm - 10.30pm.
Back 2 Skool is the theme for this SNAP, Resident DJ Small Paul and Eskay will be playing the latest and greatest sounds around, with the Pure Destiny Street Dancers showcasing their latest dance routines throughout the evening, also live performances from an up and coming local singing act, Kirsty Rossell and for a bit of extra entertainment we also have Fire Eaters and Stilt Walkers. If that isn't enough to keep you entertained why not challenge one of your mates to some Sumo wrestling!
Chairman of the Fareham Community Safety Partnership, Councillor Trevor Cartwright said: "These nights are really popular with young people and it is good to see young people enjoying themselves in a safe environment. I would like to thank all the volunteers that help make SNAP possible."
The alcohol and drug free dance nights for 11 to 16 year olds are held at Ferneham Hall and run from 7pm until 10.30pm. Tickets cost £6 and are available in advance via the Ferneham Hall Box Office, tel: 01329 231942.
Notes to Editor:
Fareham's Community Safety Partnership was established in 1998 in response to the CDA 1998. Since the partnership formed, the Police Reform Act 2002 has extended the range of bodies with whom the statutory responsibility for the Crime and Disorder Act lays. The designated 'responsible authorities' for Fareham now incorporate:
Fareham Borough Council Fareham Police District (Fareham and Park Gate)
Hampshire County Council Hampshire Fire Authority
Hampshire Police Authority Hampshire Primary Care Trust
The partnership consists of senior representatives from the designated responsible authorities, as well as:
Wessex Youth Offending Team
Hampshire Drug & Alcohol Action Team
National Probation Service
Hampshire Youth Service
For further information contact:
Janine Hensman, PR and Marketing Support Officer, tel: 01329 824302
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This and previous media releases can be viewed on the Council’s website: www.fareham.gov.uk/pressreleases