15-17yr olds – fancy a game at Morecambe Superbowl on Friday 15th?

As students gear up for revision and the impending GCSEs, Inspira the leading personal development and career management organisation in the region has come up with an ingenious way to help them manage their stress – a free bowling game, and advice on extra curricular activities to boost their CV.

As part of the education series to schools and young people in the area about the benefits of National Citizen Service (NCS), a once in a life time, part residential summer programme, Inspira is hosting six lanes for two hours on Friday evening (15th April).

“We want to help young people manage their exam stress,” says Victoria Carter, NCS Co-ordinator with Inspira, “and we also want to explain that fun and engaging programmes like NCS can really help boost their CVs and personal statements.”

NCS has been running for over four years, and it is the desire of Government to provide a place for every 16-17yr old who wants to take advantage of the experience. As a result, parents and guardians only contribute £50 to secure a place on the three week, part residential programme which costs £1200.

“NCS is great value for money, and the experience is really, really amazing,” continues Ms Carter.

15-17 year olds who want to go along to the Morecambe Superbowl on Friday for a free game and meet the NCS team, need to register on Facebook prior to Friday 15th.

To find out more about NCS go to www.ncsnorthwest.co.uk