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Story added: 6th March 2018

Norwich City shows support for National Citizen Service

A handful of National Citizen Service (NCS) summer grads will be guests at Norwich City’s home clash against Nottingham Forest this evening, as the Canaries show their support for the #NCSMatchDay takeover.

Tonight is part of a national movement of NCS which has had huge impacts on young people and local communities.

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To date, over 300,000 young people have completed the programme and 1.9 million hours of social action has taken place across the country, the equivalent to building 74 Olympic Stadiums and 1 Great Wall of China.

NCS is delivered by the Club’s official charity partner, the Community Sports Foundation (CSF), across the Eastern region.

Participants enjoy a number of fun-filled team activities while away on a residential retreat, before returning to help local charities raise money through various different community-based events.

Jenna Cannell NCS Engagement Manager commented:

“I would encourage any young person to take part in NCS. It is a unique opportunity where you can develop life and employability skills, make new friends and have lots of fun.”

Follow #NCSMatchDay to keep up to date!

To find out more about NCS, please click here or contact jenna.cannell@canaries.co.uk.

"I would encourage any young person to take part in NCS. It is a unique opportunity where you can develop life and employability skills, make new friends and have lots of fun."

Jenna Cannell

NCS Engagement Manager

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