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Do something amazing this summer

Make it a summer to remember by taking part in the NCS programme with Bristol City Robins Foundation this summer.

Specifically designed for young people between the ages of 16-17 the NCS programme gives young people the chance to have fun, make new friends and learn new skills from a range of Bristolian celebrities whilst also helping the country get back on its feet.

With the country beginning to return to ‘normal’, and lockdown slowly being lifted, everyone - from national organisations to local food banks, charities to corner shops, your neighbours to care homes - is going to need a little more help to get back to whatever ‘normal’ is going to be.

But what if you want to help, but aren’t quite sure how to do that?

Well, this is your chance to help get the country back to business. You can even decide what your local community needs and set up a social action project of your own. However you choose to help; you’ll pick up new skills, help rebuild local communities, create positive change and get all of our futures off to a good start.

Bristol City Robins Foundation will be delivering two, two-week NCS programmes (first programme commencing Monday August 3rd & second programme commencing Monday August 17th) based within the home of Bristol City FC, Ashton Gate Stadium. Like most other projects ran by the Robins Foundation, this NCS programme is completely free of charge.

Robins Foundation NCS Coordinator, Carly Price, said: “NCS offers a really exciting opportunity for you to get out of the house, have some fun and do something positive this summer.

“I know that for many young people, life has been put on hold for the last few months but NCS provides the perfect chance to kickstart the rest of your year and do something amazing.”

To find out more about the programme and to sign up, contact: carly.price@bcfc.co.uk or phone 0783 118 2724.

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