TWO young people have been recognised for running a sexual health project.
Louise Dyson, 15, and Ellyse Brierley, from Marsden, came up with the Keep it Real sessions, which they delivered to 40 young people.
They were helped by workers from Streetscene.
The Terrence Higgins Trust gave £600 for the project, which took place at Brian Jackson House on New North Parade.
A celebration evening was held there on Friday October 23.