Get stuck in with Warwick German exchange

Help restore rivers and improve flood defences in Germany in the latest twinning opportunity for young people.

Wednesday, 30th March 2016, 12:30 pm
Updated Wednesday, 30th March 2016, 12:31 pm
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Hard working youngsters looking to for a physical and cultural challenge are invited to an all-expenses paid trip to Warwick’s friendship town of Havelberg.

Once there, teams will live on site, working together to clear and restore natural flood defences along the river Havel and to re-introduce nesting boxes for wildlife.

A spokesperson from the town council said: “It will involve quite physical work and no doubt be very mucky so participants must be prepared to get stuck in.”

The all-expenses paid Eurocamp 2016 in is now open for anyone living in Warwick and aged between 16 and 25.

And hopes to bring youngsters from across Germany, France, Italy and the UK together to work together.

The trip is part of Warwick Town Council’s commitment to encourage cultural exchange. The trip runs from July 21 to August 3 2016, Flights, Accommodation and food all included.

Apply to the town council office by April 15. Interviews will then be held.