Where’s your head at?

Action. The local Seven Up Youth Centre is set to spread some positive vibes with a string of events culminating in an all ages music festival and fundraiser. The main event, held at Trawmanna, will see Launceston eight-piece soul rock outfit, The Bad Dad Orchestra take the stage with support from a raft of Tassie …

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Making a festival

Event. Smithton High School students have put their heads together to come up with Where’s Your Head At? Supported by Seven Up Youth Centre, Circular Head Aboriginal Corporation and other Tasmanian organisations, the event focuses on starting conversations surrounding mental health. Local students have been a driving force in the organising of the inaugural event. …

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Healthy eating heroes

Lifestyle. At Seven Up Youth Centre, the crew are learning the foundations of healthy eating while enjoying the fruits of their labour. A new healthy eating program is being implemented at the after school centre with support from Treasure Chest, the Smithton Christian Fellowship run opportunity store. Aiming to educate youth on the importance of …

1 year ago
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Ready for the ring

Fitness. Some train to compete, others to feel fit, whatever your preference check out the newest fitness initiative to reach Circular Head. Box-2B-Fit, with the support of Smithton Christian Fellowship and Seven Up Youth Centre, is delivered by local Steve Blizzard, who has close to four decades of boxing experience. Passion for the sport runs …

1 year ago

Rock on, Seven Up!

Collaboration. A community recording studio has taken up residence at the Seven Up Youth Centre. A $9890 grant from the Tasmanian Community Fund has allowed Rural Health Tasmania to establish the recording and rehearsal facility. The space includes microphones, monitors, new instruments, a state-of-the-art digital recording console and JamHub silent rehearsal unit which provides artists …

2 years ago

Seven Up’s funding support

Commitment. Federal Labor has announced a $130,000 investment in Seven Up Youth Centre, should the party be elected following next month’s election. Labor Candidate for Braddon, Justine Keay made the announcement at the Nelson Street centre on Friday. “Fingers crossed we’ll be able to be in a position to deliver it,” she said. “The longer this …

2 years ago

Building confidence

VET. If you need a job done well, ask a motivated bunch of students. Smithton High School VET (Vocational Education and Training) students were given a taste of life in the building trade when they were asked to design and construct three storage ottomans for a local client. The furniture was requested by Seven Up …

2 years ago
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Who’s up for a reno?

Youth. Seven Up Youth Centre’s revamp is coming along splendidly, with youth at the forefront of the decision making and action taking. As the centre prepares to open its doors for its official after-school program, youth will be welcomed with a new look, new feel building. Works over the school holidays have included: new carpets, …

3 years ago

New face, new space

Vision. The Seven Up Youth Centre has a bright future ahead after receiving a $20,000 donation and appointing a new coordinator for the after-school facility. Despite the community’s commitment, the youth centre has seen a decrease in sessions due to a lack of funding – but this is all about to change. After an application …

3 years ago

Got ideas?

Vision. Seven Up Youth Centre needs a new look and feel, and it’s up to local youth to decide what that will be. Described as the ‘brain child’ of the young people of Circular Head, 7UP was formed following National Youth Week in 2009 when local youth suggested they would like a space of their …

4 years ago