FILM and TV star Andrew Lincoln visited Salisbury on Friday to support a new service trying to help Wiltshire teenagers turn their lives around.

Lincoln, star of hit US TV series The Walking Dead, British series Teachers and romantic comedy Love Actually, is an ambassador for children’s charity Barnardo’s and came to Salisbury to mark the move of Barnardo South West’s Revolutions project into Wiltshire.

The charity has invested £180,000 in Revolutions – a mobile

classroom and workshop contained within a pair of specially-adapted trucks.

Lincoln met the Revolutions team when they were developing the service in Gloucestershire and has followed their progress with

interest. On Friday he met project staff as well as local students taking part in the scheme.

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