This week it's back to me, Jack Clayton! I am going to talk about my mum.


They say speaking in public is the number one thing that most people fear the most – yes, even more than death itself!


Hey, my name is Glenroy Douglas, and as you know so far from previous blogs I am one of the three apprenticeships that started at Salmon in October.


In this podcast Jack discusses Salmon's theme of the month "the greatest gift" with Friday (15) and Joe (18).


Amma overcame the alleged stress of making her first video blog (see the bloopers at the end), to share with us three club sessions she's enjoying the most at Salmon.


At 20 years old, Glenroy Douglas is the oldest of our three new apprentices – and he has a fair bit of wisdom and life experience to show for it too!


Jack Clayton is 18 years old and at the beginning of October he said goodbye to merely being a young person at Salmon, and took up a paid position as one of our three new Youth Work apprentices.


I’m Amma Appiah and I am one of three fantastic apprentices that have recently started working at The Salmon Youth Centre :-)


Over the past two weeks, we’ve had three great young people with us on work experience.


As part of the SKN Project where we are aiming to improve young people's speaking & listening skills, we took five of our young people to the Grand Final of the Jack Petchey 


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