Steve Morgan steps down as Wolverhampton youth zone boss
His departure comes four years after his original idea of building a youth zone in the city.
Mr Morgan spearheaded the £6 million centre, which was backed by One Direction star Liam Payne, and it was his idea and commitment to fund the first £1m that made The Way Youth Zone possible.
Since opening in January, more than 4,000 young people from all over the city have begun using the state-of-the-art building on School Street.
Mr Morgan today said he was ‘proud’ to have brought the site to the city and thanked the council and patrons of the youth zone for their support. He said: “I’m proud to... read more
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