ARGYLE Community Trust was proud to take part in the EFL Community Day of Action, as all 72 EFL clubs came together to highlight and showcase the impact of community programmes across the country.

Our day actually kicked off with a look back on the day before and a media release on the PL Primary Stars Schools tournament, which brought together schools from across the city for a day of football at Plymouth Argyle.

Meanwhile, the Football Development Programme for post-16 students at Home Park endured a tough training session through the morning before an afternoon in the classroom as part of their diploma studies, as well as video analysis ahead of the Wednesday fixture in the National Youth Football League.

Travel across the border into town throughout Cornwall and the Community Day of Action included after-school clubs, an Advanced Development Centre for girls, PL Kicks in Redruth and our Football Education programme in Carn Brea.

Back to Plymouth for a lunchtime session at Woodford Primary as part of the Wildcats initiative introducing football to girls of Primary School age.

All the activity was interrupted by a surge of bicycles at Home Park, as 30 participants departed for the first leg or our annual charity bike ride in aid of good causes across the region.

The evening just got busier, as we staged PL Kicks in Plymouth, a Long-Term Player Development Centre for talented youngsters, PL4 Sport programmes in a range of sports, ability counts training and Walking Football in St Austell.

This is just a flavour of some of the activities taking place with Argyle Community Trust, where every day is a day of action.

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