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    In a nut shell it's a night club (opening times from about 7pm-1am) but the twist is it's for people between 13-17 so obviously it wouldn't serve alcohol and no smoking but apart from that it's exactly the same as any other night club just with a younger clientele what do you guys think.
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    Sounds cool I always wanted that kind of institution when I was young
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    sounds good, but the age gap between 13 and 17 is pretty large. plus, the security would have to be pretty tight if you wanted to prevent any alcohol, cigarettes or illegal substances getting in.


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    (Original post by jonathanemptage)
    In a nut shell it's a night club (opening times from about 7pm-1am) but the twist is it's for people between 13-17 so obviously it wouldn't serve alcohol and no smoking but apart from that it's exactly the same as any other night club just with a younger clientele what do you guys think.
    Isn't that called a 'youth club'? Not being rude, but that idea's been around for quite a long time...
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    (Original post by jonathanemptage)
    In a nut shell it's a night club (opening times from about 7pm-1am) but the twist is it's for people between 13-17 so obviously it wouldn't serve alcohol and no smoking but apart from that it's exactly the same as any other night club just with a younger clientele what do you guys think.
    There already is where I live.
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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Isn't that called a 'youth club'? Not being rude, but that idea's been around for quite a long time...
    Yh that's what I thought loool


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    (Original post by Reality Check)
    Isn't that called a 'youth club'? Not being rude, but that idea's been around for quite a long time...
    Not as far as I'm aware I'd never been to a youth club but I was always under the impression it was a bit different this is meant to be exactly like a night club but just aimed at younger people and of course once they turn 18 they can go off to other clubs .
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    (Original post by ?Hannah)
    sounds good, but the age gap between 13 and 17 is pretty large. plus, the security would have to be pretty tight if you wanted to prevent any alcohol, cigarettes or illegal substances getting in.


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    I assume just having bouncers like you'd find at any night club and bag searches would be just about enough to stop that and it's not like they would have a lack of things to drink of course things like Coke and Sprite but also things like Mocktalils (virgin cocktails) things like root beer and ginger ale and things like Becks blue(non alacohoic beer) J20 to name but a few
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    They do do that. A nightclub near me used to do an under 18s night and all the tweens would go thinking they are going clubbing.
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    This sort of thing already exists
 
 
 
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