What a spectacular evening tonight as Terminal One celebrated a wonderful, entertaining AGM.
Blantyre Miners Welfare was the venue as hundreds of people attended a night of fantastic entertainment and celebration. Along with other members of the community, we were absolutely delighted to be invited along this evening, Monday 28th November.
The evening started with speakers from Blantyre Youth Development Team. Andy McCaffety explained that during the last year, 943 youths attended 11 groups by Terminal One. Dedicated volunteer, Joanne Tierney spoke next and nominated the new committee, formed by appointed young people. Business done, a great night of entertainment followed.
Up first were very talented piano players Oscar, Blair, Eloise and Isabella. All youngsters to look out for in future! Then a couple of acts from Express Yourself, Burnbank Street Dance who were fantastic! Seth played the bass guitar, Blair followed then Megan, all wowing the audience with their musical skill.
After a volunteer presentation presented by Joe and Ainsley, where several very kind volunteers were given certificates, warm food was served to all the audience. Next was the incredibly talented 11 year old Jessie-Lou Harvie who sang two songs to rapturous applause.
Finally, to end the evening, all the youngsters performed a well organised dance routine, ending the AGM on an absolute high! Thanks go out to everybody who took part, to the organisers and volunteers and most importantly of all, to the many youngsters who clearly enjoyed themselves this evening. We left with an overwhelming sense of community and how much of a difference Terminal One and Blantyre Youth Development makes to the lives of local youngsters. Well done!
We hope to bring you some snippets of the acts in the coming days, right here on Telegraph.