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Bookings now open for 3Generate youth event

Promising to be the biggest 3Generate yet, bookings have now opened for this year's children and youth assembly of the Methodist Church, taking place at a new, bigger, venue, with up to 1,000 young people and leaders expected to attend. Following massive growth and growing demand for places in recent years, this year's event will run from 24th — 26th November at Pontins, Southport, for children and young people aged 8 — 23.

Please contact Rev Katherine Pickering if you are interested in attending as she is co-ordinating the Circuit group.

Full details are available on the website:
www.methodist.org.uk/3generate.

There is a requirement for one leader per six children aged under 18 years of age. Tickets for delegates are £110 including food, accommodation and activities.

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