W4 Youth launched with tea and cake

Image above: Grove Park Rangers at Tea Party in the Park on Southfield Recreation Ground

Organisers celebrate successful Youth & Community Centre launch

The W4 Youth Tea Party in the Park event on Saturday afternoon (20 May) on Southfield Recreation Ground went “really well”, organisers say.

On the day, Rocks Lane Chiswick hosted a 5-a-side football tournament from 2.30pm onwards where prizes were given out by W4 Youth Founder, Sally Chacatté. Rocks Lane Under 12s won the tournament and Grove Park Rangers were runners up.

Shortly after that, Chiswick singers and former W4 Youth members, Alichė & Erire, performed during the afternoon.

Sally and the W4 Youth Trustees, including Liberal Democrat Councillor Gary Malcolm, chatted with local residents to celebrate the W4 Youth Hub opening in Southfield Recreation Ground and explained plans for the permanent Youth & Community Centre.

W4 Youth received donations from parents and local residents, who bought cakes and refreshments at the event.

Sally Chacatté, W4 Youth Founder and Chair, said:

“Thank you to everyone who came along to our W4 Youth Tea Party in the Park and especially to Rocks Lane Chiswick for the 5-a-side tournament they organised in aid of our charity and Aliche and Erire for their wonderful performances. We’ll be sharing our opening date for activities soon.”

Images above: Chiswick singers Erire & Aliche (left to right), W4 Youth Founder Sally Chacatté