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The future of Central: a consultative report

Rhamie, Jasmine and Oliver, Dean Reading Borough Council Youth and Community Service (2004) The future of Central: a consultative report , Reading, UK Reading Borough Council 50pp.

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This report outlines a consultation process with members of the African Caribbean community about their views on the future of a local youth and community centre. The work was commissioned by Reading Borough Council. Data were collected from a range of individuals, groups and organisations with an interest in or association with the centre. Forty two interviews were conducted and 132 survey questionnaires returned. Most respondents were male and just under half were under the age of 24 years. The consultation found that most respondents felt that the current venue should become the African Caribbean centre in Reading due to its prime location, and the need for a centre for building and supporting the community. Almost all respondents felt that the centre needed to be refurbished and a wider range of activities and services made available.

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Published date: August 2004


Local EPrints ID: 59251
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Date deposited: 18 Sep 2008
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 14:25

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Author: Jasmine Rhamie
Author: Dean Oliver

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