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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You vs Train – More Than a Campaign

The EFL Trust is working with local communities to help tackle increasing numbers of railway risk takers. Argyle Community Trust have delivered the railway safety lessons across Devon and Cornwall since the end of June, working with over 529 young people and their teachers. The ‘You vs. Train’ campaign was launched last year by the…

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School Children to Get on Board with Mayflower

Argyle Community Trust is gearing up for the Mayflower 400 commemorations taking place in the city during 2020 by stimulating and coordinating a year-long calendar of sporting activity. A key feature of this activity calendar is the newly titled ‘Sporting Voyage’ educational programme which is aimed at Year 5 and 6 children initially, during the…

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Autism Packs Available at Home Park

AUTISM Packs, which include ear defenders, fidget spinners, sensory ball, Autism Awareness card and lanyard, as well as further match-day information, will be available to people living with autism, their families and carers at Home Park Stadium during the 2019-20 Sky Bet League Two campaign. Provided by Argyle Community Trust, the Autism Packs are designed…

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Fit and Fed Holiday Club

Plymouth City Council, Argyle Community Trust (ACT) and CATERed have teamed up to beat holiday hunger, isolation and inactivity that children could experience during the summer holidays. Argyle Community Trust will be hosting a series of events over the 6 weeks where children are able to make new friends, get active and be fed a healthy lunch.…

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Grand Opening of £2.5m Manadon Sports Hub

New Manadon sports facilities to support 30,000 taking part in physical activity a year A new multi-million-pound sports hub in Manadon, Plymouth which is expected to support 30,000 people taking part in physical activity a year opened on Friday (28 June). The facility which includes a floodlit third generation (3G) artificial grass pitch (AGP), one…

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Argyle To Help Tackle Increasing Numbers of Railway Risk Takers

The EFL Trust has today launched a new partnership with Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) to help tackle the increasing number of people risking their lives on the railway. Argyle Community Trust and Plymouth Argyle Football Club will be part of the project that will help to educate and raise awareness of…

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Extra Time is Granted for Over 55’s

Plymouth Argyle midfielder Conor Grant and Head of Football Derek Adams surprised guests of the newly established Extra Time Hub when they came by to celebrate its launch last week. Diving straight in with what was on offer Conor Grant showed off his singing skills with the group and tried his hand at armchair aerobics.…

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Students Sleep In at Home Park

Students swapped their beds for sleeping bags to raise money and awareness for homeless young people. While the “sleep in” at Plymouth Argyle Football Club didn’t aim to replicate homelessness, it gave the students an insight into the challenges faced by those sleeping rough. The idea was founded by a group of young people aged 16…

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