Humberside Police are excited to share that their annual Lifestyle project is returning this summer!
Lifestyle is a project where they encourage young people (aged 10 to 18) to get together in teams during the summer holidays and complete a project to better their community in some way.
Since it launched, over 30 years ago, they have seen thousands of creative and innovative projects. From refurbishing public spaces and raising funds for life saving equipment such as defibrillators, to educating people about healthy living and completing acts of kindness to make people smile.
Once again, they are challenging young people from across the region to spend their summer having fun with friends and making a difference to their communities at the same time.
Chief Constable Lee Freeman said: “We are so pleased that Lifestyle can run again this year, as it is always really inspiring to see the often life changing work our young people do as part of the project.
We have really missed it over the past two years and I am already excited to see what impressive and creative ideas our teams come up with and the impact that they have on our local area again this summer.”
Once again there are hundreds of fantastic prizes available for teams that go above and beyond with their projects, including a minibreak holiday to London, an activity packed trip to Wales, fun filled days out at Flamingo Land, heart racing high ropes activities with Go Ape and vouchers for some of the High Street’s most popular stores.
Registration is now officially open, so if you are aged between 10 and 18, or you know someone that is, visit their website to find out more about the scheme and register a team today!
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