Teenagers organise fun day for Bosley fund
A GROUP of teenagers have organised a fun day to raise money for the people affected by the explosion in Bosley.
The students – aged between 15 and 17 – are all part of the four week National Citizen Service (NCS) Programme, which has been set up to give kids something worthwhile to do over their summer holidays.
They decided to hold a family fun day to support the families affected by the tragedy in Bosley.
Three people are thought to have died in the explosion at the Bosley wood mill, and a fourth worker is still missing.
The teenagers hope their event, which they have organised in just two weeks, will raise as much money as possible for the cause, and will also be supporting animal rescue centre Angel’s Rescue.
Rhiannon Turner, 16, said: “The first few days were hard but it’s getting easier. Everyone’s really excited”.
The event, which includes bouncy castles, stalls, sports tournaments and performances from local bands, is being held at the Multi Activity Centre on Goodall street on Saturday, August 15.
The event runs from 10am until 4pm. For information go to facebook. com/NCSFestival.
●● Members of the National Citizen Service in Macclesfield