Official VGCT News! Our new venue at 16 Oxford Street will carry the same name as our last venue.

After much deliberation as to naming our new venue, we have decided to keep “The Loft” and will name our new building at 16 Oxford Street under the same name as our previous location. The Loft serves as our youth headquarters, where we hold events, strategic planning, creatives, learning, and hang out. More on the full happenings at The Loft, and what 2018 will bring, will be shared publicly soon. If you haven’t heard of us, please check out our TEPUKEMAG. It contains some of what we got up to last year in 2017,  plus some 😉


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