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Teens break the cycle with exercise club

Published: 9 Nov 2012 12:000 comments

AN EXERCISE initiative for troubled young people has raised £3,000 to keep running after losing its official funding.

Bodyguard Adrian Laws and reformed teen Harry Spiers, 18, from Priestwood.

AN EXERCISE initiative for troubled young people has raised £3,000 to keep running after losing its official funding.

'Breakout', run by husband and wife duo Adrian and Nicole Laws, delivers boxercise, circuit training, life coaching and mentoring to youngsters who are fighting to get off drugs or stay out of prison.

To find out more about these sessions, its funding, and some of the young people who have benefited, pick up a copy of the Bracknell News - out now.

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