Apprentice Success Stories: Joseph

If our professional successes are measured by the impact we have on others, then apprentice Joseph Cooper has made a highly commendable start to his career! Joseph is undertaking his apprenticeship with Plymouth Argyle Football in the Community Trust, through the Level 3 Community Sport and Health Officer apprenticeship standard. The apprenticeship seeks to use …

Lockdown Activity Pack

Download your activity pack NOW! Argyle Community Trust has created a FREE activity pack designed to keep junior participants engaged and active during lockdown. There are activities for all ages included in the pack, which is printable or could be completed digitally on a tablet or mobile phone. You’ll have the opportunity to design your …

Trust Awarded Community Grant

The Argyle Community Trust has been awarded nearly £23,000 from the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) Resilience Fund to contribute towards community projects during the COVID-19 pandemic. The CAF Resilience Fund grant, which totals £22,858, comes from the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) Community Match Challenge funding scheme, as part of the government’s …

The All Move Challenge

Keeping young people active with Mencap and Argyle Community Trust Argyle Community Trust are delighted to partner with Mencap to deliver the All Move programme to children with a learning disability. The programme will engage participants aged 11-16 from SEND (Special Education Needs and Disability) schools across Devon in a sport and physical activity Marathon …

Post-16 Education Programme

How does playing football full time in a professional environment combined with gaining academic qualifications that can lead to a career in sport or progression to higher education in the UK or abroad sound? Argyle Community Trust’s popular football education programme are actively recruiting year 11 students for their September 2021 squads. Successful applicants will …

AGM Calling Notice

AGM 2020 ‘Argyle Community Trust will be holding their 11th Annual General Meeting on Thursday 3rd December 2020 at 10.15am via Google Meet. If any participants, stakeholders, staff or partners wish to be present it is requested that they make contact with Jo Yorke on jo.yorke@pafc.co.uk to register their attendance.’

It Started With Jack

Argyle Community Trust would like to announce they will partner with the Jack Leslie Campaign to design schools programme that uses Jack’s story of discrimination to influence the mindset’s of young people, inspiring positivity and challenging racism and discriminatory views. The Jack Leslie Campaign has raised over £140,000 during 2020, with the intention of building …