A TEAM of young people trying to get a new start in Stafford is urging anyone who needs community gardening, decorating or other work to be done to get in touch.
The Prince’s Trust team is looking for projects for its team of 15 willing workers.
The organisation, based in Marston Road, provides a free 12- week development course for 16 to 25-year-olds who are not in work or education and need help to get their lives on track.
During the course they need to complete a two-week project to benefit the community.
Past projects have included painting and decorating commu- nity centres, creating gardens for nurseries or schools and devel- oping allotment plots.
But Steve Farrell, who is Stafford’s Prince’s Trust team leader, said they were looking for anyone who would be willing to provide work for the teams to do. They would work on a voluntary basis and be supervised throughout.
He said the students would also take part in fund-raising for each worthy cause.
He added: “We desperately need help with this and we know there are people out there who will want to take advantage of the scheme.” Anyone who would like help should contact Mr Farrell on email@example.com