Supporting Our Community: COVID-19

Argyle Community Trust are the official charity of Plymouth Argyle Football Club and being part of our local community is of the upmost importance to us. We feel that our aims and objectives during this period of struggle have to remain the same; to support and enable people across Devon & Cornwall to access our…

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group of players for PL Kicks 2020

PL KICKS South West Tournament

Victory for Plymouth February Half Term, the Argyle Community Trust Premier League Kicks Project hosted a regional Kicks tournament at Manadon Sports Hub. The first of its kind for the South West, the tournament was between teams from Argyle Kicks (home and away), Cardiff City, Swindon Town, Exeter City and Cheltenham Town, of young people…

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Argyle World Book Day 2020

On Thursday 5 March, thousands of you up and down the UK will be dressing up for World Book Day. It’s a big international event, started 24 years ago, celebrating books and reading. The is to give every child a book of their own (you can find out how it does this below). It’s organised…

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2,020 DJM Players to Takeover Home Park

AS part of the Mayflower 400 commemorations, Argyle FC is delighted to announce the Mayflower 400 DJM takeover, which will provide one of the largest grassroots football leagues with 2,020 tickets for the Pilgrims’ match against Macclesfield Town at Home Park Stadium. Argyle Chief Executive Andrew Parkinson said: “This day is being held as part…

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Argyle Bowling Night – Community Fundraiser

Spaces are now available for a fundraising night in support of Argyle Community Trust’s Girls Advanced Development Centre groups. The evening on Monday 30 March at Tenpin Bowling in Plymouth will welcome special guests from Plymouth Argyle Football Club to try their hand at bowling to help raise money and you can be there too. A…

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Measuring the Impact of Clubs in the Community

Argyle Community Trust has received a study by the EFL Trust as part of their study to measure the impact of clubs in the community throughout 2019. The EFL commissioned specialist sport and leisure management consultants to survey all Clubs and Club Community Organisations (CCOs) on work carried out in the community, creating a report…

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Award Winning Champion Schools

Government National Citizen Service programme praises schools Home Park welcomed teachers from six Plymouth schools where they witnessed Argyle’s 3-1 victory over Mansfield to celebrate their involvement with Argyle Community Trust’s (ACT) NCS (National Citizen Service) Programme. The Trust work in partnership with local schools to deliver the NCS programme that engages school leavers aged…

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How to have a conversation about mental health

With 1 in 4 of us experiencing a mental health problem and suicide being the leading cause of death for men under 45, we all know someone who needs support. If you’re worried about the mental health of a mate, read through Mind’s tips on how to start a conversation. Know that you can help…

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Heads Up – Time to tackle mental health

Football is coming together this weekend with the ambition to kick off biggest ever conversation around mental health, as new research shows just one in three football fans regularly talk about mental health with their friends. For two weekends in February, every football team from across the Premier League, English Football League, The National League,…

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Bursaries worth over £38,000 awarded in third round of Mayflower 400 Community Sparks funding

Fifteen different community groups have secured bursaries that will bring their projects to life in the third round of funding from ‘Mayflower 400 Community Sparks’. From music and performance, to exhibitions and events, to murals and mosaics, the projects will benefit from an overall investment of £38,473 from the scheme, which was set up to…

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