Located at Club Neo, Stars Lane, Yeovil from 7.00pm – 11.00pm, Zero Project’s Easter Party is aimed at year 9 students and upwards and attracts young people from across Somerset and Dorset. Entry on the door is £5.
The free fun photo booth is back by popular demand after a lot of requests from regular attendees to the events.
Councillor Ian Martin commented, “We want our youngsters to have an enjoyable time in a safe environment and at the Zero Project, we can provide that. There will be plenty of things happening at this event so they will be guaranteed a good time”.
Following the success of the Young Promoters initiative, Zero have continued to engage young people from the three Yeovil academies to participate in the organising and promotion of Zero events whilst working towards a national accreditation qualification.
The Zero Project is a multi-agency initiative that was established in 2007 with an aim to reduce anti-social and binge drinking by providing a safe, alcohol free environment for Year 9 students to 17 year olds. The project is fully supported by the Police, District and County Councils, local businesses, schools and youth organisations.
The Zero Project recognises that parents may have concerns about allowing their child to attend an event at a nightclub. Members of the team are more than happy to take questions from parents who can email [email protected] or call 01935 462439.
A further event is being planned for Wednesday 27th May at Club Neo, Yeovil when it will be a UV Party with UV face painting and glow in the dark freebies available.