A service that provides help and advice for teenagers, running its own courses and helping young people enrol at local colleges, is to close. Sandra’s two older children have both used the service, going on to work in business and childcare. She has just taken her youngest son, aged 12, out of school because of bullying, and was hoping to get him on a course when he turns 13. She says, “I’ve relied on them a lot over the last few years, they’ve been a major help to me and a lot of parents. Teenagers are our future. They’re going to be the ones that take over from us.”

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