Brigg Town Mayor, Cllr Ann Eardley spoke to a group of lads, aged 11 to 14 years olds, outside the Angel on Saturday.
A good proportion of them already belong to organised groups, such as the Air Cadets, but they were concerned at the lack of/expense of facilities for teenagers, such as themselves, in and about Brigg.
The lads' main gripes appeared to be that the youth centre is only open one evening a week, on a Tuesday, which clashed with some of the boys' other commitments, such as parading with the ATC on the same night.
They unanimously felt aggrieved at the cost of using the skate park at the Ancholme Leisure Centre during the evening.
'After dusk, it costs us £5 per hour to have the floodlights on', and '..although we share the cost, if there's only a couple of us, or we go down there a couple of times, it uses up our pocket money.' they argued.
Cllr Ann Eardley promised the group that she would look into the lads' concerns and raise them with other councillors.
Cllr Eardley also suggested that some of the group should speak to Brigg Town Council themselves and perhaps raise their grievances during the Public Question Time at BTC's monthly meetings.
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