New youth cafe welcomes secondary school students

Place2Bee, an exciting new Foroige-endorsed Youth Cafe based in Michael Burke House, Morton Street, Clonmel is taking registrations at the cafe from potential new members this coming Saturday, 26th between 1.30pm and 5pm. The cafe, which will cater for those of secondary school-going age will operate two separate clubs; one for those in First to Third Year and the other for Transition to Sixth Year students.

Place2Bee, an exciting new Foroige-endorsed Youth Cafe based in Michael Burke House, Morton Street, Clonmel is taking registrations at the cafe from potential new members this coming Saturday, 26th between 1.30pm and 5pm. The cafe, which will cater for those of secondary school-going age will operate two separate clubs; one for those in First to Third Year and the other for Transition to Sixth Year students.

So if you, your children, brothers or sister fit the age profile and would like to register for the club why not come along on Saturday afternoon. An afternoon of fun and surprises is guaranteed, with Fran Curry broadcasting his afternoon show live from the cafe. Parent and guardians are more than welcome as club leaders will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. For a cafe location map, more information or a registration form check out Place2Bee Youth Cafe on Facebook.