About

SNAP (Say No And Phone)

The SNAP (Say No And Phone) programme was set up in October 1995 to provide young people with an opportunity to socialise, dance and have fun with their friends in a safe environment, away from the dangers and pressures of alcohol and drugs.

SNAP was devised by police officers, and events now run all across the country, attracting young people aged between 11 and 16 who want to meet with their friends, dance to their favourite music and enjoy competitions and games.

SNAP Nights are co ordinated by experienced and professional staff and volunteers that include Youth Service Workers, Councillors, Police Community Support Workers and Health Workers.

Demonstrations and exhibitions promote healthy lifestyles, anti-bullying campaigns, safety online,  special interests and youth organisations, as well as dancing and singing groups.

Recent acts have included tributes to boy band One Direction and stars of X Factor, as well as many local bands, guest DJs and dance groups.

Please note any young person attending SNAP must be collected by a responsible adult.

Find out more about SNAP by checking out this cool video: https://youtu.be/KhWnHkPhThE 

All tickets are £6, and can be booked through this website or at the Ferneham Hall Box Office on 01329 231 942.

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