Kim is 16, a student and best friends with Paris. She works part time in Sainsbury’s.
Josh is 11. Challenging behaviour, thinks he is street. Got stuff on his phone and doesn’t care who sees it.
Sherry is 13 but looks older and quite precocious, no wonder her parents worry. But who is the real adult when the trouble starts?
Tyrone is 16 and Darnell’s best friend. Student and keen sports person. Thinks he’s a Babe magnet. Of Afro - Caribbean heritage.
Paris is 16 and a Student. Intelligent and ambitious. Professional parents. Of Afro-Caribbean heritage.
Darnell is 15. A student. Likes to keep fit. Good at French. Bit of a Mummy’s boy. Of Afro-Caribbean heritage.
Dan is 11. Josh’s mate and always put upon. Keeps in with him by playing up.
John is in his early 40s. Paris’s father. Local business man with textiles shop. Enjoys his tennis. Of Afro-Caribbean heritage.
Mary Mathews is in her Late 30s. Runs the family shop. Has her standards and takes her tennis seriously.
Vanessa is in her mid 30s. Sheree’s mother. Head of Science and something of a snob.
Malcolm is in his late 30s. Sheree’s father. Office Manager of a supply company. Not ambitious and somewhat henpecked.
Lois is in her early 30s. Darnell’s mother. Senior Care worker. Wraps Darnell in ‘cotton wool’, worries too much. French-Caribbean heritage.
Brian is in his mid 30s. Electrician. What you see is what you get. One of the lads and even fancies his chances at tennis.
The Barrister is in their 40s. Advises on the Law.
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