Tranmere Rovers in the Community have kick-started their two-week winter NCS programme with three days in North Wales’ popular activity centre Colomendy.
Working on their team-building skills, the group completed activities such as rock climbing, obstacle courses, leap of faith, and so much more. The first week of the programme is designed to enhance the young people’s awareness of the great outdoors and help them to step out of their comfort zone and build their confidence.
When speaking to NCS Project Manager, Tom, about the first week on the programme he said, “The group have been great this week. Their attitude towards all the activities has been excellent and exactly what you want and need from an NCS group.
“We are only three days in and I can see a difference in them already.
“It’s been great fun and I look forward to welcoming the young people back next week where we have another set of great activities for them to get involved in.”
Tranmere Rovers in the Community will welcome the young people back next week where they will continue the programme with a visit from the British Army who will work on their problem-solving skills, workshops on gambling awareness, health and nutrition and racism and diversity. They will complete the week with a business enterprise challenge where they will put all the skills they have learned over the two weeks to the test.
The group will also help out with the Club’s Super White Christmas appeal as part of their social action project by helping pack and distribute food hampers and also helping with homeless support on Boxing Day.
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For more information on the Club’s Super White Christmas appeal and how to donate please click here