A new scheme which introduces former gang members to the future of technology is being rolled out in Wolverhampton.
The social enterprise workshops, run by Black Country Atelier, users 3D printing and scanning tools to teach students how to use the latest technology and develop their creative skills.
The programme is based in a tower block in Heath Town.
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