SNAP up disco tickets
Friday 1st November 2013
THE next SNAP disco for young people is being held at Maidstone Leisure Centre on November 15.
The event runs from 7pm to 11pm, and there will be live performances from Rascals and NJ.
It is the first SNAP disco since the retirement of Maidstone’s schools officer, PC Paul Richardson, who helped form the concept of the Say No and Phone (SNAP) disco. PC Paul Hughes has now stepped into the role.
The disco is for young people aged 11 to 17, in collaboration with Kent Police and Crimestoppers, as part of a say no to drugs campaign. Security is a top priority.
For more information or to buy tickets, which cost £5, call Maidstone Leisure Centre on 0845 155 22 77. Two more events are planned on December 13 and January 31.
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