‘Since its relaunch in 2015, the Space programme has gone from strength to strength with year-on-year attendances increasing each time and levels of anti-social behaviour dipping during these weeks. Each year we receive very positive feedback from young people and I’d encourage anyone between 8 and 17 to get involved.’
The launch was held at the stunning Lichfield Cathedral on Monday 22nd July, where a moon landing space exhibition was being held to mark the Apollo 11 landing 50 years ago.
Linking in with their social action projects, NCS young people hit the streets, handing out leaflets and supporting Lichfield Cathedral in attracting visitors to the moon walk exhibition.
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Thanks to our NCS leaders: Victoria Dorman, Emily Garnett and Wave Leader Fiona Howard.
Group NCS photo: Catriona Davies, George Rawlinson, Kai Poloy and Amy Gamble.
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