Harry’s Half Time Lap of Honour

Continued from previous story: Happy as Harry As a thank you and to celebrate disability player Harry Parker’s hard work and great achievement as part of the Children in Need Rickshaw Challenge, the Argyle players and manager, Derek Adams, honoured Harry as part of Saturday’s game against Fleetwood at Home Park. As a passionate fan,…

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Happy as Harry!

Disability Team player Harry Parker has shot to fame following his incredible success as part of The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge, all in aid for Children in Need. The challenge sees presenter Matt Baker join six inspirational young people on an epic bike ride. The eight day cycle has seen the team tackle a 423…

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New Ability Session Just For Women

Argyle Community Trust are proud to offer a new football session especially for women who have a disability, whether physical or mental. If you’re aged 16 years and above come and enjoy the FREE sessions on Wednesday evenings running 7.30pm – 9pm at Manadon Sports and Community Hub in Plymouth. The aim is to start…

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Football supporting patient post-op recovery

  Ankle fusion patient David the first to use new astro turf pitch for rehabilitation He received his surgery at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre within a few weeks Plymouth Argyle Community Trust has aspirations to support other patients recovering from surgery or who wish to lead a more active lifestyle David Saunders, 66, from Plymouth…

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World Mental Health Day

It’s Okay Not to be Okay – Time to talk on World Mental Health Day The Argyle Community Trust is 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…

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NCS Making a Difference

AS part of their social action project, one group of NCS participants are aiming to raise money to support children’s hospice south west and UK kids cancer charity. They have produced a video featuring a spoken word poem and organised a bingo night, quiz night, and a sponsored walk for next week in order to…

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Extra Time

THE Extra Time programme has been running at Home Park for over eight years and is designed for people aged 55 or over to have the opportunity to be involved in fun activities based on a welcoming atmosphere, providing health opportunities and social events. Sessions delivered include New Age Kurling, Boccia, Armchair exercises and other…

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Pilgrim Respect

AFTER a terrific season in terms of performance, participation and potential, the Plymouth Argyle Ability Counts programme has received one final proud accolade. Our first-team have been given the Respect Award by the Devon FA and a fantastic achievement for the players and coaches to be recognised for their conduct on the pitch. “Football is…

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Argyle Fans in Training

THE Green Army can take on their own battle with our Argyle Fans in Training programme, using football as the inspiration to lose some pounds for the summer in our Health Football League. We are setting up a 14-week health programme, starting on Tuesday, April 24 from 6.30pm – 8.30pm and it is completely free…

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