Young people from Calderdale have undertaken 2 days of cleanup work in Shrogg’s Park, Halifax as part of the National Citizenship Service. Community Wardens Lee Ackroyd and Ray Jackson met the volunteer team at the part to talk about their community safety roles in North East Halifax area and the work they do to improve the environment on a daily basis.
The young people have undertaken this work as part of their social impact project #makingadifference. Work involved cleaning up the bowling Green area with help from the Friends of Shroggs Park ,Lee Mount Bowling Club and The St Georges Project.
NCS is a life-changing programme open to all teenagers aged 15-17 to discover who they are and what they can do. It’s your chance to explore, be inspired and find your passion.
NCS is the perfect way to kick back and try something completely different. At last you’re out of the classroom and into the great outdoors, discovering talents you never knew you had and making friends with some of the best people you’ll ever meet. Who knows, together you might even change the world a little bit while you’re there?
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