Teenagers raising funds for special scooters

Teenagers from Beehive NCS group are supporting Guild Care's Ashdown Centre.

Monday, 15th August 2016, 2:24 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 7:29 pm
NCS Beehive

The group, which is on the National Citizen Service programme for 16 and 17-year-olds, is aiming to make a difference in the Worthing area with its social action project.

The boys and girls chose to support the charity as it helps children with special needs and the money they raise will go towards fully-equipped scooters designed for children with a disability.

The team, managed by Concordia, said: “Providing crucial funds would truly make a difference and a lasting impact on the centre’s visitors.”

The teenagers have been volunteering at the centre and worked alongside Guild Care at Picnic in the Park to provide games and activities for the children.

They also completed a sponsored walk around Worthing town centre, seafront and landmarks last week.

See the NCS Beehives Facebook page for more information.

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