Cash to beat gangs

22nd August 2008 at 01:00

Summer camps aimed at improving relations between young people from different ethnic backgrounds and tackling gang culture are among the projects to benefit from an extra pound;4.5 million from the Government, to go towards "community cohesion" camps and other summer activities. Beverley Hughes, the children's minister, said the camps would ensure that hundreds of teenagers and younger children, particularly those in deprived areas, would be "kept active and engaged, and out of trouble".

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