Teenagers hold fun day for children's charity

TEENAGERS are hoping to raise cash to help terminally ill children fulfil their last wishes.

Sunday, 7th August 2016, 6:28 pm
Updated Thursday, 25th August 2016, 6:34 pm

The group is taking part in the National Citizens Service scheme, being run by Pompey in the Community.

They are holding a fundraising day at the Green Posts pub, in London Road, North End, in aid of the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

One of the team, Rhiannon Maund, 16, said: ‘We picked the Make-A-Wish Foundation as we believe terminally-ill children should be able to enjoy the time they have left and have a bit of happiness.’

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The event will take place from midday until 4pm on Thursday. To make a donation to their project go to gofund.me/2hwnz94k

For more search ‘NCS Say Yes to Wishes’ on Facebook.

NCS is a national government-backed scheme, go to ncsyes.co.uk/