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Win prizes by joining Trust NCS Programme!

Rovers memorabilia and plenty of technology items on offer!

8 May 2018

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Blackburn Rovers Community Trust’s NCS programme is giving away some excellent prizes including a LED TV, a laptop, a PS4 with FIFA 18 and a signed Blackburn Rovers shirt.

To enter and be in with a chance of winning, all you need to do is sign up and complete the 2018 Summer NCS programme with BRCT!

More than 300,000 young people have taken part in NCS, with past participants admitting the programme has helped build their confidence and gain social skills for the next steps in their life.

NCS has had a positive impact on the lives of graduates, so knowing all of this, surely this is a win-win situation. 

Everyone who participates on the Trust’s NCS Summer 2018 programme will automatically be entered into the prize draw, which will take place at the graduation party in August.

Speaking about the prize draw, Mick Whittle, NCS operations manager for the Trust, said: “We have a long list of brilliant prizes for participants to win and as far as we are aware, no one else is running a prize draw like this.

“This year’s summer programme is proving to be popular already and with only a few weeks left until the first day, we only a few places remaining, so we encourage people to sign up now.

“If anyone who has already signed up to the programme recommends a friend to join, they will get an extra place in the prize draw!”

Please see below the full list of prizes:

32 inch JVC LED Smart HD TV
500 GB slim line PS4 with FIFA 18 and extra dual shock controller
Lenovo laptop
Bluetooth wireless headphones
Signed Blackburn Rovers shirt
Signed Blackburn Rovers football
Amazon Fire HD8 tablet
Bluetooth wireless headphones
JVC portable wireless speakers 
£30 VUE cinema voucher
£25 JD Sports voucher
2 x £20 Mall voucher
£15 River Island voucher

If you wish to sign up for the NCS programme at Blackburn Rovers, please do so now by CLICKING HERE and filling the application form in, with the cost just £35.


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