M400 Get Active for 2020

Here at Argyle Community Trust we are gearing up for the Mayflower 400 commemorations taking place in the city during 2020 by inspiring and coordinating a year-long calendar of sporting and community activity. As part of our Mayflower 400 Sport and Wellbeing programme a series of Get Active sessions are being made available throughout Plymouth.…

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Become an Argyle FIT FAN

Argyle Community Trust in partnership with the EFL are due to launch an exciting new health and wellbeing programme – FIT PILGRIMS This is a FREE health programme for men and women aged 35-65 who are looking to lose weight, get fitter and lead a more active life. The 12 week programme will be delivered…

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Argyle Ladies Announce new Chair

Plymouth Argyle Ladies are delighted to announce the appointment of Chris Smietanka as the new chair for the ladies. The appointment comes at an exciting time for the ladies with aspirations to continue to develop both on and off the pitch. Chris is a lead lecturer at Marjon and further enhances our partnership with the…

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Every Player Counts at Argyle

EFL Trust fund ability programme for another two years The United Nations’ Day of Persons with Disability (IDPD) will be celebrated worldwide on 3 December 2019. Over the past three years Argyle Community Trust has been successful in using this day to showcase their work on the project that has engaged with over 1,100 participants…

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Our Community Strategy

Argyle Community Trust has been in operation for over 25 years and plays an important role in the communities of Devon and Cornwall. The diverse nature of our work has allowed the Trust to work with thousands of people from across the two counties. This work has ranged from introducing people to sport for the…

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Rainbow Laces – Come Out Active

Argyle Community Trust are delighted to continue their support for Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign to encourage people to ‘Come Out Active’. The 2019 campaign runs from 22 November to 8 December, and is calling on fans, players and governing bodies to visibly show their support for lesbian, gay, bi and trans (LGBT) people in sport.…

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Plymouth Argyle’s Changing Room programme inspiring brighter futures

Mickey McCloskey, who admits he ‘lost 22 years of his life to drug and alcohol abuse’, is using his troubled past to inspire unemployed adults with substance misuse in Plymouth to find work through Argyle Community Trust’s Changing Room programme. Changing Room is one of many programmes that the EFL Trust offers through Department Work…

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Christmas Cracker is Back!

THE famous Christmas Cracker for Argyle Community Trust is back again for this festive season. The Christmas Cracker involves participants playing alongside the Argyle first-team, followed by a meet and greet with the squad where young people can collect autographs, photos and chat to the players. After the football session, children get to enjoy a…

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Careers – East Cornwall Coach Vacancy

As a registered charity, the Community Trust works in close conjunction with Plymouth Argyle Football Club, aiming to be the best and ensure the quality of our behind-the-scenes team sets us apart from the competition. Our people are committed to the success of the Trust, working across several sectors where sport has proven to be the ideal…

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Young people help tackle child sexual exploitation

Young people in Plymouth have been working alongside police and other agencies to design a new child sexual exploitation awareness campaign. The results of a two-year collaboration will now be rolled out across the Devon and Cornwall Area. The National Citizens Service (NCS) worked with the Plymouth Safeguarding Children’s Board, police, and city partners including…

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