League says no to bullying
The Hull & District Youth League joined hands with Hull City Council and the Hull Young People’s Parliament efforts to stop bullying via it "Hands Together to Stop Bullying Campaign."
15 - 19 November is National Anti-Bullying Week and Hull City Council and the Hull Young People’s Parliament are working together to take action against bullying in Hull.
The youth committee called for all its member clubs to also help by joining the efforts to raise 20,000 hands by asking children, young people and adults to make their pledge by printing, drawing round, photographing or signing hand templates with special focus on friendship.
During the week the league is asking clubs to count hands and document their efforts by sending a photograph and their total number of hands to the youth league at
The "Clued up in Hull" organisation will be sent the youth leagues efforts for inclusion in their running total of hands on their website and the final total will be announced during the week beginning 22 November.
Present at yesterdays meeting and joining in the campaign were Secretary Sue Stephenson, Chairman Alan Parker, Disciplinary Chairman Gerry Hodgson, Transfer Secretary Graham Holmes, LEAGUEMARK Officer Carol Bailey, Development Officer Paul Beardshaw and BARLA Representative Paul Stephenson.