North End’s National Citizen Service programme is teaming up with local charity Heartbeat to raise awareness of basic CPR courses and the importance of AED Defibrillators.
Otherwise known as NCS, the programme enables 15-17-year-olds to take part in a once in a lifetime opportunity where teenagers for a three to four week period can enjoy a range of activities and experiences, some of which are hosted away from home on residential camps.
In line with the programme which North End deliver all year round, NCS Action Day allows previous participants to stay engaged with the programme and keep up their good work in the local community.
This weekend, North End’s NCS graduates are encouraging supporters to perform effective CPR on a first aid mannequin for 30 seconds at the Sir Tom Finney stand executive entrance from 1.30pm.
Every fan who takes part will then be entered into a prize draw with the lucky winner chosen winning a signed Preston North End shirt, so make sure you put your CPR skills to the test to be in with the chance of winning!
Aged 15-17-years and looking for a summer of a lifetime? North End have a limited number of places remaining for the next NCS programme this summer. To find out more, click here now.