Kirstie may appear to be an average 17 year old student, however in my opinion she is truely inspirational, always putting the needs of others before herself. She provides invaluable help and support to her disabled sister. Kirstie also helps with everyday households chores which really makes a difference. Kirstie manages to juggle her caring responsibilities with studying full time at Peter Symonds College in Winchester. Kirstie has also started to take part in sponsered events to raise money for a local charity that provides respite holidays for young carers. Kirstie was lucky enough to have visited the facilities that Honeypots have to offer and now that she is older she wants to say thank you by giving back to the charity thus enabling other young carers to the opportunity to have a break. Kirstie is a very caring young person, she visits an elderly neighbour on a weekly basis and is always on hand to lend a listening ear to friends. Kirstie is a dedicated member of the youth theatre in Fareham. She has played a variety of roles as well as helping out backstage. Kirstie puts her heart and sole into everything she does, she is focused on her studies and has firm ambitions for the future. She really is the opposite of the sterotypical teenager as she is hard working, selfless, caring and kind. Kirstie has volunteered at a number of events at the local community centre including helping set up fetes and fairs, clearing weeds and delivering leaflets.