Youngsters who have completed a citizenship course graduated in a glittering ceremony.
More than 100 youngsters, with the vast majority living in West Norfolk, were rewarded for their hardwork in the National Citizen Course with an event in Norwich.
The 16 and 17-year-olds completed a three week course in the summer, which is aimed to help boost their team skills, develop self-confidence and learn about their community before completing 30 hours of volunteering.
Courses were hosted by the College of West Anglia, Bircham Newton and the Mepal outdoor centre in Cambridge.
Nearly £2,000 and awareness was raised by the nine teams for various charities and causes around the county.
The college will be hosting further citizenship courses during the autumn half-term as well as next year’s Easter and summer holidays.
There are still 15 spaces left on the new half-term course, with 105 on the one being organised for Easter.
If you are 16 or 17 and would like to find out more, or 18 and over and would like to volunteer, go to www.cwa.ac.uk/ncs or contact Stuart Harrowing on 07720316854.