Youngsters work hard to make village spick and span
EIGHTEEN young people have been proving that not all teenagers cause problems for the community.
Students aged between 15 and 17-years-old from across the area having been cleaning up Holton-le-Clay as part of a community project.
They have been working towards a National Citizen Service (NCS) certificate during the summer break from school.
Mentor Katie Smith, 18, from Market Rasen said: "The NCS is a programme to show that teenagers can do some good in the community.
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"It includes working away from home and getting to know other people.
"The guys have been doing anything they can to help, including cutting grass and trimming hedges.
"Once the course finishes they get a certificate signed by David Cameron at the graduation in September.
"They have all done really well."
Student Poppy Graves, 16, of North Cotes said: "I think people our age do get a bad reputation, but this is one way we can show them that we do have something to offer. I have really enjoyed my time on the course and helping out and I would do it again."