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The young people have done quite a few charity events and will be planning a bag packing event next week for the Make a Wish Foundation.''Recently they have donated money to Help For Heroes, Raw Animal sanctuary and a trip to Nepal. ''Hopefully they will be doing the bag packing event in February half term. ''As a reward for all their hard week over the last 18months Arriva are giving them free return transport to Scarborough on Friday 2nd November''PCSO Lynne Butler
The young people have done quite a few charity events and will be planning a bag packing event next week for the Make a Wish Foundation.''Recently they have donated money to Help For Heroes, Raw Animal sanctuary and a trip to Nepal. ''Hopefully they will be doing the bag packing event in February half term. ''As a reward for all their hard week over the last 18months Arriva are giving them free return transport to Scarborough on Friday 2nd November''PCSO Lynne Butler

A GROUP of Whitby youngsters who take part in a special crime prevention scheme were rewarded for their work in the community.

The youngsters who are part of the Cop A Lot scheme donated money to Raw Animal Sanctuary, Help for Heroes and a trip to Nepal.

They are also hoping to take part in a charity bag packing scheme shortly for the Make a Wish Foundation.

As a reward for their hard work during the part 18 months, the Arriva company treated them to a trip to Scarborough where they had a free bowling session and a fish and chips lunch.

The scheme was set up by Whitby police to help vulnerable youngsters stay out of trouble.

It aimed at broadening young people’s understanding and increasing their opportunities as well as building good relationships between them and the police.

When they who joined the scheme they signed a contract agreeing to take part in all its activities and to respect each other and the environment.