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Cambridge young people take part in National Citizen Service

Daniel Zeichner MP met Cambridge young people taking part in “National Citizens Service” who were working with Emmaus.

National Citizen Service is a programme that runs in the school holidays for 15 to 17 years-olds helping them gain confidence and new skills while making a difference in the local community.

The youngsters spend four weeks on the National Citizen Service programme. This week they are finding out about local charities ahead of organising a project to help them in the final week of the scheme.

Daniel Zeichner MP said: “It's fantastic to meet the young people and hear their brilliant ideas to help us raise awareness of Emmaus' work.

With homelessness on the rise, I know Emmaus are very greatful for the time they have volunteered, really helping make a difference to those who have been affected by homelessness.”

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