RESIDENTS from supported living projects for homeless young people in Wrexham got their marching orders – at an Army Training Camp fun day.
The young people were residents of The Foyer, Hafan and Hurst Newton, three projects for homeless people aged between 16 and 25 managed by Clwyd Alyn Housing Association.
Eleven young people took part in the day, along with two support staff as a way of giving young people an insight into army life and also having fun on the assault course, paintballing and learning about survival techniques.
Adrian Harvey, life skills co-ordinator with the Wrexham Clwyd Alyn Projects, said: “It was a great day in which all the young people got involved with a lot of enthusiasm.
“The feedback was very positive.”