National Citizen Service

Blackpool FC Community Trust run the National Citizen Service programme which consists of:

  • An away residential
  • A home residential
  • A social action project including both planning and delivery.
  • A presentation evening at Bloomfield Road
  • A certificate signed by the Prime Minister

Meet The Team

Katy Hooton
Social Inclusion Officer
I take responsibility for a lot of the programme planning, ensuring that the activities and workshops we deliver to our young people are of interest and relevance. To see the programme we deliver having such positive impact on young people really gives me a sense of fulfilment.

NCS Summer Programme Information 2020

Completed the programme with us?

Join the NCS Youth Board

Our NCS Youth Board is designed to create an opportunity for any Graduates, of any programme, to come back together with the aim of giving back. This is done through a variety of channels from social action projects within the community to holding fundraisers, being involved with NCS match days as well as being a massive part of the recruitment process and showing other young people of the local community what NCS is all about.

LEWIS CAUVAIN – 17

“NCS has helped me develop new friendships that are for life. The activities were so much fun and challenging which helped me overcome some fears and come out of my comfort zone. I enjoyed NCS so much I wanted to carry on my journey, so I joined the NCS Youth Board. This has also continued to help me become more confident and develop more skills to help me in the future.”

LAURA PRATLEY – 17

“NCS has helped me gain confidence when talking to people and doing presentations etc. It has made me overcome fears which I never thought I could. It has also helped me gain friends or restore friendships with my peers. I can now use the confidence I gained to take part in the Youth Board and be able to speak to new people.  I want to continue to give more back to my community in many ways.”

HOLLY HESLOP – 17

“NCS has helped me feel more confident within myself and making new friends, it also helped me face some fear and experience things I never thought I would. The Youth Board is giving more experience into planning and having responsibilities, I believe that these will help me in the future. Because of NCS it has helped me with my educational journey as I am now a students at the BFC Community Trust Sports College, as I aspire to be a PE teacher.”

For more information on our NCS programme, call 01253 348691.

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