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YMCA England & Wales

YMCA England & Wales is the national council of YMCAs’ in England & Wales who support local YMCAs’ by promoting high standards of working, sharing best practice, fundraising on their behalf, partnering with them to pilot new projects, and providing training opportunities for staff and volunteers.

They give YMCAs’ a national voice by speaking with government, key policy makers and national media, and we represent them by advocating for the needs of the most vulnerable young people in England & Wales.

Together, as the YMCA federation in England & Wales we focus on four key areas of work: accommodation; family work; health and wellbeing and training and education; impacting on the lives of nearly 600,000 people every year.

Each YMCA is an individual, self-governing charity that is affiliated to YMCA England & Wales. Through this affiliation, YMCAs’ become part of the World Alliance of YMCAs’

https://www.ymca.org.uk/

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YMCA Barnsley

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YMCA Barnsley

Can you guess where this teazle is? The other photo is actually of an adult female roe deer. We were approximately 20 metres apart, both crossing the woodland path in opposite directions, both surprised to see each other and both stood dead still so as not to spook each other. I slowly reached for my camera in my bag, turned it on and...nothing :/ flat battery. I had to use my phone with its rubbish camera and this is the best I could do, no trace of the deer...maybe it was a ghost?...It was definitely there...no really 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

Can you guess where this teazle is? The other photo is actually of an adult female roe deer. We were approximately 20 metres apart, both crossing the woodland path in opposite directions, both surprised to see each other and both stood dead still so as not to spook each other. I slowly reached for my camera in my bag, turned it on and...nothing :/ flat battery. I had to use my phone with its rubbish camera and this is the best I could do, no trace of the deer...maybe it was a ghost?...It was definitely there...no really :)Image attachment

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Flamborough

It was indeed Flamborough, well done to those that guessed. I'm sure colleagues may have had an unfair advantage as I might have mentioned in passing I was going for a few days 🧐

Flamborough?

Any of these at #bemptoncliffs Flamborough or have they all migrated?

Hoyle Mill.

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