Strabane ‘Hold It Down’ Project aims to discourage anti-social behaviour

A new project has been launched in Strabane with the aim of trying to discourage young people from getting involved in anti social behaviour.

The 'Hold It Down’ Project has been developed to inform young people aged 13 to 16 of the effects of becoming involved in anti-social behaviour on themselves, their family and their community.

The official launch of the project comes just days after a solidarity vigil was held in the town in response to anti social behaviour in the Ballycolman area.

Councillor Patsy Kelly is involved in the project:

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