The community payback project was initiated and delivered by Coventry Youth Offending Service support worker Steve Watson, who saw an opportunity to help the owners and friends of the site, which has been derelict since the end of the conflict.
What does CYOS stand for?
CYOS stands for Coventry Youth Offending Service (Coventry, England, UK)
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We have 3 other meanings of CYOS in our Acronym Attic
- Coventry Youth Operetta Group (UK)
- Create Your Own Guide
- CYOP Systems International Inc (stock symbol)
- Create Your Own Jutsu (online gaming)
- Create Your Own Magic (instructional DVD; Jay Sankey)
- Create Your Own Marketing
- Catholic Youth Organization of Nigeria
- Chin Youth Organization of North America
- Create Your Own Path
- Choose Your Own Romantic Adventure (book)
- Create Your Own Story
- Current Years of Service
- Canberra Youth Outreach Support Service (Australia)
- Choose Your Own Technology
- Choose Your Own Tube (TV show)
- Catch You On The Flip Side
- See You On The Other End
- Community and Youth Outreach Unit (Blue Springs, MO)
- Create Your Own Unit (University of Virginia)
- Create Your Own World
Samples in periodicals archive:
Safeena Mohammed, the Coventry Youth Offending Services support officer who is co-ordinating the programme, said: "This is a really exciting project which will improve the image of the underpass, and also provides a great opportunity for young people interested in art to improve their skills through the support of a professional artist.
Coventry Youth Offending Services wants volunteers to work with youngsters who have committed crimes to help them change their attitude and behaviour.
The project was funded by The Coventry Community Safety Partnership and organised by Coventry Youth Offending Service (YOS) and young people's groups.
Coventry Youth Offending Services, who ran the scheme, said it gave youngsters a much greater understanding of the consequences of car crime.
Mr Skyers, who works at Coventry Youth Offending Services, took part in a similar gig last year which raised pounds 900 for mental health charity Coventry Mind.
The project is being launched by Coventry Youth Offending Services later this month.
The retired sales manager gives up an average 20 hours a week to volunteer for Coventry Youth Offending Services.