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Students help to give youth centre a new look
MALVERN'S Youth Centre, now rebranded the Cube, has been given a fresh new look, thanks to the Dulux Decorator Centre and a crew of art students.
The centre needed a complete renovation after the Malvern Youth and Community Trust took it over, saving it from demolition.
The Dulux centre, based in Townsend Way, Malvern, provided a large amount of paint and accessories, and trust volunteers, joined by art and design students from Bournville College, Birmingham, revamped the centre over the course of three months.
Cube manager Jon White said: “We are extremely grateful to Dulux Decorator Centres for the generous paint donation. We were committed to saving the centre from the start and we’re proud to be the first and only community in the county to have done so.
“The revamped décor has given our members somewhere to be proud of and will help to attract more members and volunteers from within the area.”
Dulux store manager Mark Griffiths said: “We are proud to have been able to help this worthwhile organisation. The trust have worked tirelessly to save the building and we hope that its new look will give the Malvern Cube and its members a new lease of life.”