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The Mill Pot café business is dwindling because an anti-social skateboarding group have chosen the space in front to practice. The owner, Greg, also has to worry about an unannounced health and safety inspection by Mrs Stern from the local council.
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Marcus the founder and trustee of MillcARTS asks Greg to publicise the MilcARTS Most Talented show, but is sceptical.
Jason is proposing that the skateboarders undertake peer mentoring with other young people.
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