National Citizen Service (NCS)


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What is the NCS?

The NCS is a service designed for 15 - 17 year olds to make a difference in their community and help them progress In certain life skills, whilst having a fun time while they're at it. It is nationally recognised by universities across the UK that even UCAS suggest young people do this so they can add this to their university applications.

NCS is delivered by a series of charities, college consortia and Voluntary, Community, Social Enterprise (VCSE) and private sector partnerships across England.

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What did the NCS do for Bourne?

Throughout the whole of July 2017 the NCS have been helping out the community of Bourne through a range of volunteer work and tasks, these included:

·         Litter picking through the streets of Bourne.

·         Tombola stall which was held at the Market Square.

·         A cake sale which was held at the Salvation Army Hall.

·         They spent a whole two days in the Local Cemetery helping with a range of things which included bench cleaning gardening and general cleaning of the site.

·         Held a garden party at the Cedars Care Home.