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Youngsters take part in summer of a lifetime with NCS

31 July 2015

This summer more than 8,000 young people aged 15-17 are taking part on the adventure of a lifetime with the Football League Trust.

The National Citizen Service (NCS) programme delivered by the Football League Trust and partners brings together 15–17 year olds from different backgrounds in a packed programme of challenge, service and learning, enabling them to develop the confidence, skills and attitudes they need to become more engaged with their communities and to become active and responsible citizens.

NCS is keeping thousands of young people busy this summer with a three to four week programme, testing them in the first week with outdoor activities such as kayaking, ghyll ccrambling, rock climbing and many more.  The remaining weeks are spent engaging with the local community, learning new skills, and finally planning and delivering a community project that will leave a legacy in the local community.

Since the pilot year in 2011, the Football League Trust scheme has delivered more than 200,000 hours of community work that have benefited and made a positive impact on the local community.

Here’s what some young people that are away on NCS have said through social media.

made so many new friendsss😊💖

— abss // (@_abbeytaylor) July 28, 2015

— Heidi Finch (@Finch98) July 28, 2015

@NCSFLT Honestly the best thing I've ever done! Go and get signed up 👍

— Tyler Peart (@iamPeart) July 28, 2015
NCS is delivered during autumn, spring and summer in which young people nationwide can sign up for this fantastic opportunity for just £50. If you want to say Yes to NCS then please contact The Football League Trust at or visit

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