Argyle Community Trust is delighted to be working in partnership with Plymouth City Council again this summer holiday to deliver the Fit and Fed project at five venues in Plymouth.
The event is free to children who are eligible for free school meals or pupil premium and gives young people the opportunity to get active and make new friends. Participants will also be provided with a healthy lunch to help fuel the day which includes dodgeball, archery, football and much more!
The project is running from Monday 2nd August until Friday 27th August and is being delivered at Sir John Hunt, Lipson Vale Primary, Laira Green Primary and Weston Mill Primary schools and the Trusts’ very own Manadon Sports & Community Hub and Central Park Hub near Home Park Stadium.
The project is being funded by the Department for Education with an emphasis on children eating more healthily and being more active during school break. The past year has been difficult for young people in our community with schools being closed and children feeling isolated from friends and family. This project provides the perfect opportunity to reconnect with others, enjoy the great outdoors and engage in social and physical activities, hopefully in the glorious sunshine!
Schools & Community Coach for the Trust, Dom Luongo adds, “We are delighted to be running Fit and Fed again following a hugely successful Easter programme. We look forward to giving young people the opportunity to interact with others whilst maintaining fitness and improving health.”
Spaces are strictly limited and will be offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
All children attending will need to qualify for free school meals or pupil premium. If your child is eligible and you would like to book them on the course for FREE please visit https://argylecommunitytrust.co.uk/soccer-roadshows/in-plymouth/ and get your child involved in the fun this summer!