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WOOLTON VILLAGE RESIDENTS ASSOCIATION

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Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust

Bill Whiteside and Roy Innocent, both of whom had a lifetime of experience in the field of outdoor pursuits, established the Merseyside Youth Challenge Trust to fill a gap that existed in outdoor pursuits activities for young people: "To offer outdoor education via challenging adventurous activities, mainly within an urban environment, to young people on Merseyside in order to maximise individual potential and develop group relationships and interdependence."

Supported by local business people, who became Trustees, the Trust was registered as a charity and support was given by the City Council who offered accommodation at the Stables, Allerton Tower, Woolton Road, which was formally opened, in 1986, by Howard Kendal, the then manager of Everton Football Club. Additional support comes from the local Education Authority, Youth clubs, Probation and Social Services as well as various social needs groups that include the mentally and physically handicapped.

 

 

 

 

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