Video: youths close generation gap at home

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A group of youths from in and around Ollerton have brightened up the lives of pensioners at a residential home by giving its gardens a makeover.

The work was part of a National Citizen Service project to give 16-17 year-olds the skills they need to enter the working world.

The NCS Ollerton team responsible for the garden overall done at the Bishop's Court Residential Home in Boughton, they are from left, back row, Coral Shaw, Abbie Anderson, team leader Liz Spowage, James Chauntry, Ashley Parker, Ben Britton, with from left, front row, Tea Milligan, Zoe-Zara Garner and Emma-Jayne Burton.

The NCS Ollerton team responsible for the garden overall done at the Bishop's Court Residential Home in Boughton, they are from left, back row, Coral Shaw, Abbie Anderson, team leader Liz Spowage, James Chauntry, Ashley Parker, Ben Britton, with from left, front row, Tea Milligan, Zoe-Zara Garner and Emma-Jayne Burton.

Members provided materials used during the landscape makeover of Bishops Court, Boughton, through fundraising activities in and around the area.

 

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