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Get a look inside the new look Junction!
Check out the nifty-lift! Nice!

Guess who's back?

Sam Stewart checked out the all new Junction and went on a guided tour of the sites!!

Check out the chill out zone!
The all new corridor for chattin' and chillin'!
Me at The Junction!
Check out The Junction gallery here>>

The Junction is definitely going to be the place to go for youth. The place has had funky new furniture and lighting put in. Colours vary throughout the whole building but yellows, purples and reds seem to be the main colours.

Mirrors and stainless steel sides give the place a real modern feel. The main hall has had all round air conditioning and futuristic lights have been put up. The bar has been made bigger, and is very welcoming with leather sofas around it. The toilets are great with male and female stickmen on the front doors. I didn’t actually go in the men’s toilets but the female's has one big toilet so that the girls can have that all important chat. The sinks in the toilets are all very modern as well as the funky taps.

There isn’t just one bar, there is another one upstairs, and also a seating area for quiet time. Braille has been put up, as well as a lift for the disabled and lower tables and bars so that disabled people are at the same height. This means that anyone can come to the Junction.

The place looks really lush and has really encouraged me to go visit there more often. The Junction is on Cambridge Leisure Development which consists of Pizza Hut and the new bowling alley and Cineworld. The area is a really nice place to go, and after having a meal at Pizza Hut and watching a film at Cineworld you can head of to the Junction for a great evening of entertainment.

The Thursday evening (19th August) was the Junction re–opening party. It was really cool, and with free food and drink, and a great DJ and band playing - the atmosphere was fantastic. I definitely got a feel for what the refurbished Junction's events are going to be like. For all youth out there, this is truly the venue to check out.

Also, by February 2005, the Junction will have developed and made itself a lot bigger. The Junction will be divided by the music section, which is the Junction at the moment, to the drama and dance section. The Junction has a wide variety of events and with its new modern look is truly worth attending. To see the upcoming events happening check out the Junction website on www.junction.co.uk!

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www.junction.co.uk

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