Unstoppable

Serve On volunteers were proud to help out teenagers doing the Social Action element of their National Citizen Service this week.

 The Team 7 NCS youngsters prepare for their 10-mile walk in aid of Headlight, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers.

The Team 7 NCS youngsters prepare for their 10-mile walk in aid of Headlight, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers.

The 11 members of Team 7 NCS had planned and organised a 10-mile walk from Stonehenge to Salisbury to raise money for the Headlight mental health charity.

Serve On provided transport and safety support for the team.

The National Citizen Service gives 15 to 17-year-olds the chance to embark on exhilirating challenges, make their mark, build skills for work and life and 'feel unstoppable!'

 The Team 7 NCS youngsters walking the 10 miles from Stonehenge to Salisbury to raise money for Headlight, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers.

The Team 7 NCS youngsters walking the 10 miles from Stonehenge to Salisbury to raise money for Headlight, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers.

Headlight, formerly the Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partners NHS Trust, provides high quality mental health services across Bath and North East Somerset, Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire, Swindon and Wiltshire.

The walk was a great success, with all 11 team members and two leaders safely completing the distance in style in four hours and 15 minutes.

Congratulations, guys. Perhaps we might even have some new recruits for our very own Rescue Rookies soon!

 The Team 7 NCS youngsters and their leaders successfully walked the 10 miles from Stonehenge to Salisbury, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers, in order to raise money for Headlight.

The Team 7 NCS youngsters and their leaders successfully walked the 10 miles from Stonehenge to Salisbury, with transport and safety support from Serve On volunteers, in order to raise money for Headlight.