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The 101 on VIBE Teenage Nightclub

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Omagh’s first alcohol free teenage nightclub which opened in May is proving to be a firm favourite amongst the teenagers and the parents.  Local businesses, PSNI, Fermangh & Omagh District Council and local residents are also on side.

Mr Peace, the owner, said the club is a “safe place” for young people as it is strictly a soft drinks bar and all staff are thoroughly vetted with AccessNI. He added, “This will hopefully take the worry away from parents.”
To help both Teenagers and Parents alike, we’ve pulled together these infographics giving you the 101 on Vibe Teenage Nightclub.
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To read more about Vibe’s Policy click here

Starting this week we will be giving away 4 tickets to our readers for Vibe, all you have to do is keep an eye out on our Facebook and Twitter pages for more details.  The competition will start at 4pm every Thursday and will close at 12pm on Friday.

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Tickets are on sale now for this weekend and it looks like it could be a big one with DJ DarrenB on the Friday night (11 to 13 year olds) and DJ AlliB on the Saturday (14 to 17 year olds).

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