Young guns launch 'Crimson Fields'

Published 11/06/2014 | 05:22

At the Connect BMYP DVD launch of ‘Crimson Fields’ with the Leargas Youth in Action poject were Kieva Keating and Robyn Bradshaw with the DVD and their crew (back from left) Luke Murray, Ben Cahill, Shane McDermott, Brandon Mooney and Adam Doyle. (Front) Cody Dunne, Temera O’Brien, Sarah Davis and Kirsty Kelly.

Young people from Little Bray who are members of 'Connect' Neighbourhood Youth Project had the launch of their DVD and CD 'Crimson Fields' last week at Little Bray Community Centre.

The project 'Positive Note' was a youth initiative which was funded by Leargas through the Youth in Action programme.

The aim of the project was to create a song that represents and reflects the positive aspects of the young people's community and lives.

The idea of the project came from the young people wanting to promote their area in a positive light. The young people worked with a company called Craft-Zone, where they were introduced to the art of filmmaking, songwriting and recording.

The project was carried out over a number of weeks. It was a great success and enjoyed by all involved.

'We would like to congratulate all of the young people who took part as it is a great achievement for them all,' said youth project spokesperson Yvonne Doyle. 'We would also like to thank everyone who joined us for the celebration the night was a great success.'

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