Using the power of Plymouth Argyle Football Club to change lives.
WE are proud to be the official charity for Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Argyle Community Trust uses the prestige of football and the reach of the club to inspire, engage and help people of all ages, achieve their full potential.
Argyle Community Trust has a clear vision, along with our national partners, to be an active, inspirational and inclusive community hub for the South West region. We aim to have a positive impact on a range of groups within society and to provide the local community with the opportunity to explore their full potential, improve their life chances and aspirations through the power of football and Plymouth Argyle FC.
We are hugely proud to say we have changed lives and inspired people over the past 20 years and envisage this to continue for many years to come. We offer a large range of activities and programmes from football to nationally recognised educational qualifications, from health to social action and disability.
To ensure we remain focused and true to our aims we have a strategy showcasing what we do and how we we intend to continue and build upon our work.
Our Community Strategy builds on Argyle Community Trust’s desire to make a change to people’s lives using the power of Plymouth Argyle Football Club. The populations that we serve face barriers in relation to health, well-being, education, employment, levels of physical activity, high deprivation in some areas and low attainment levels.
Through the work undertaken as part of our last strategy, through research and consultation there is clear evidence to indicate our work is needed within our community. National, regional and local plans reflect the work that we undertake with the aim of breaking down the barriers stated above.
Argyle Community Trust Strategy:ACT Strategy DIGITAL
Our Key Objectives:
1. Inspire – People to be more active and confident in their abilities
2. Active – Provide opportunities for people be physically active, participate in sport and recreation, and progress through the Trust.
3. Inclusiveness – Allow individuals and groups the opportunity to succeed under the guidance of Argyle Community Trust
4. Succeed – Reach your full potential with us
Head of Community – Mark Lovell
Head of Education – Alison Lowman
Assistant Community Manager (Participation) – Jason Chapman
Assistant Community Manager (Inclusion) – Dwain Morgan
Head of Post 16 Football and Education – Lee Britchford
Cornwall Programmes Manager – Mike Foley
Marketing and Communications Manager – Siobhan Robbie-James
Finance and Office Manager – Jo Yorke
Social Inclusion Manager – Dan Hart
Health and Disability Officer – Ben Kerswell
Sports and Participation Officer (Plymouth) – Stewart Walbridge
Sports and Participation Officer (Mid Cornwall) – Liam Chinn
Sports and Participation Officer (North Devon and Cornwall) – Bobby Hopkinson
Sports and Participation Officer (East Cornwall) – Gary Jeffery
NCS Programme Manager – Todd Hanrahan
NCS Administrator – Sam Barton
Women and Girls Officer – Ryan Perks