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Hackney Youth Opportunity Fund 2014

The Hackney Youth Opportunity Fund is back - you get to choose what to do, and where to go! If you're aged 8 - 19, you can get up to £5000 to make your idea a reality! Don't delay - apply now! 

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Stoke Newington Youth Forum is inviting young people from all over Hackney to either perform or be a part of the audience in this borough-wide showcase of school and youth club-based bands.

The project aims to celebrate the diversity of music enjoyed by Hackney young people, by bringing people of different cultures and styles of music together in a unified event.

The date for the event has now been confirmed as Wednesday 6 July 2011 and will be held at the newly refurbished Stoke Newington Town Hall.

We hope the event will attract high profile sponsorship and music industry talent scouts and will be a unique opportunity for your youth club to share a platform with the best young musicians Hackney has to offer.

Sign up for the audition now...

Auditions will take place in early June. Please register your band by filling out and returning the Band Registration Sheet. Deadline for band submission is 31 May 2011. SO CONTACT US NOW!!

Select two musical genres listed in the Band Registration Sheet attached - The musical genres are subject to availability and will be allocated on a first come first served basis.

Can't play or sing, but want to get involved?

We're also looking for young people to join the event production team, so do forward details of anyone interested in doing an Event Management AQA with us.

Send us your application now

For further information please do not hesitate to call or email the Youth Participation staff below copying email messages to both workers.

To enter your band, contact:

Mandy Richards Tel: 0208 356 5433 Mobile: 079 5818 3678 mandy.richards@hackney.gov.uk Nazia Gofur Tel: 0208 356 3803 Mobile: 079 8360 6752 nazia.gofur@hackney.gov.uk

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