It was a pleasure to discover and work with Imagine You Can NCS during 2017. I was impressed with every single aspect of this brilliant project and delighted for SABIC to be a part of it. The opportunities and experience created for the young people by the Imagine You Can team is simply priceless. I was impressed with the young people I met and with their considerable efforts undertaking the Social Action Programmes. Imagine You Can deliver a top class NCS experience, one which I will look forward to being part of in 2018 and beyond.

Claire Wordsworth SABIC UK, Snr. Communications Business Partner Corporate Affairs, Europe

It’s been an absolute pleasure to work with Imagine You Can NCS in 2017 and I’ve been inspired by the calibre and optimism of all the young people I’ve met through it. I look forward to working with you on your NCS projects in the summer and autumn of 2018  But most importantly, thank you for everything you do.

Simon Clarke MP Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland

I write on behalf of Imagine You Can NCS. I believe that the NCS scheme provides a valuable service and engages well with the whole community in East Cleveland and beyond. The project is very positive for the area and the young adults its supports, and I support the work they do whole heartedly. If you would like to discuss this project further do not hesitate to contact me. With all best wishes.

Tom Blenkinsop ex MP, MP for Middlesbrough South & East Cleveland

I have been delighted to support Imagine You Can NCS on Teesside and the tremendous work you do with young people is crucial. Education and skills can be the silver bullet to many of the most serious issues that we face as a country and a region and programmes like NCS help to broaden the skills base of our young people and provide them with a head start when entering the world of work. I cannot recommend Imagine You Can NCS highly enough and with your enthusiastic and inspirational leadership I hope that NCS continues to go from strength to strength. I look forward to working with you again in future.

Andy McDonald MP, MP for Middlesbrough

Many thanks for sending me the survey results from your latest social action project working with the Friends of Redcar (FRED).Can I first of all say how much I enjoyed meeting the young people involved in the project and answering their questions, they were certainly very aware of the issues facing Redcar, both in relation to the environment of the beach and the wider economic issues that the town is experiencing.I have had some great feedback about the work that was done with FRED to clean up the beach, and the photos are brilliant. It was a particularly good choice of projects as it has given a boost to Redcar at the start of the visitor season. As you know visitors are going to be even more important to our local economy this year given the closure of SSI and the loss of so many jobs.That takes me to the survey. I was not surprised that top of the list was the need to improve the High Street and bring more shops. The Council has been working hard to attract new retailers and it is good to see that this is supported by the majority of people in your survey. The need for more dog bins was also a popular response. Again this is an interesting finding given that it is now possible to dispose of dog waste in any bin, a point we have been advertising widely as part of our current 'pick-up-the-poo' campaign. As a result of seeing these findings I will now check whether we are making that clear enough in the campaign material.All-in-all the survey raises a number of important issues and I will make sure it is seen by the relevant council officers.As Council Leader and local community activist myself, I know that we need more people to take an interest in, and play an active part in their community. The work that you do with young people is so important, getting them involved early and making them realise that their action can make a difference to where they live - that can only be good for our Borough and the young people themselves.I know this is only the latest of many successful projects, and I would be really pleased if you would pass on my congratulations to the young people involved, and as always, my thanks to you and your team for the great work that you do.

Cllr Sue Jeffrey, Leader of Redcar & Cleveland Council

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The Imagine You Can NCS Graduation Night will be held at Macmillan Academy, Stockton Road, Middlesbrough, TS5 4AG on Tuesday September 25th. Doors open at 7pm for a 7.30pm start. Entrance is via the Main Reception. This is for all 4 Waves. We are sending letters out this week with more details. Outwood Academy Bydales Outwood Academy Redcar Rye Hills Academy Freebrough Academy St. Peter's Catholic Voluntary Academy Huntcliff School - Sport Nunthorpe Academy Laurence Jackson School Hillsview Academy Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council Simon Clarke MP Save Marske Hall SABIC Coast & Country Housing Redcar Blog Zetland FM Sacred Heart Secondary Prior Pursglove College #NCSREDCARCLEVELAND Redcar/Cleveland Sirius Minerals Daniel Dewsbury ... See MoreSee Less

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IYC Wave 4 raised over £2100 for the Grenfell Club in Redcar with their Sponsored Walk, Charity Footie Match and Race Night. Another brilliant bunch of young people from Redcar & East Cleveland.
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