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Norfolk Christian project establishes regional hubs 

Christian youth project ENYP has worked in greater Norwich for nine years and is now establishing regional hubs throughout Norfolk to reach even more young people and communities.

ENYP has considerable experience in youth work; since 2007 they have partnered with and worked alongside 40 Norwich churches and delivered 65 initiatives to reach out to children, young people and local communities.
The new regional hubs will become the central place for developing vision and plans to meet the needs identified in a particular area.

The first regional hub is in Lowestoft, Suffolk where ENYP has already started to develop activities.
Danny Doran-Smith, ENYP Director, says “Regional hubs are part of our strategy to develop ENYP across the region and beyond and we’re excited to continue to develop our work in Lowestoft during 2016 with our first regional hub”.
Regional hubs will subscribe to become part of the ENYP Network and will receive a range of operational support to underpin the activities they delivery 
Please keep an eye out for future regional hubs, and if you are interested in exploring this further then email; or visit

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