12:33PM, Monday 17 November 2014
Graduates of the latest National Citizen Service [NCS] programme held a showcase of their work in Slough.
The group of 45, aged between 16 and 17, have taken part in a number of activities to raise awareness about their community and made their own films.
The event, held at the West Wing Arts Centre, in Stoke Road, was attended by MP Fiona Mactaggart and the Mayor of Slough cllr Shafiq Chaudhry, who handed out certificates.
"This autumn has been a big learning experience for all the young people who have taken part.
"They have all thoroughly enjoyed themselves and overcome personal challenges and have all made new friends.
"It’s been a great opportunity for young people to create social action projects for their local community," said NCS Team Leader Rani Bilkhu.
The awards evening took place on Friday, November 7.
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