Battersea youth centre fears for future without extra funding

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Battersea youth centre fears for future without extra funding

A youth club which first opened 125 years ago and serves one of the most deprived estates in London says it now fears for its future.

Caius House in Battersea offers activities and support to thousands of young people.

But it's now launched a fundraising appeal as its struggling to cope with demand and has warned it may have to cut some of its services.

More information about the Caius House appeal can be found at: 




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