Session Status During Covid-19 Measures

Argyle Community Trust sessions are still going ahead, however, we recognise this situation is one that is constantly developing and we endeavour to keep everyone informed.

Some activities that take place at partner venues have changed or been postponed, these are listed below:

We are looking to secure alternative venues where possible.

UPDATED: Tuesday 19 March, 11.21

Argyle F.I.T.

Plymouth sessions cancelled until further notice.

PL KICKS

All Plymouth and Cornwall PL Kicks sessions are cancelled until further notice.

Long Term Player Development – cancelled sessions:

Following the announcement from The FA we are postponing all affiliated development centres.

  • Plymstock (Mondays)
  • Ivybridge (Wednesdays)
  • Manadon (Thursdays)

Centre of Excellence – cancelled sessions:

  • Plymouth
  • St Austell, Brannel School
  • Newquay, Tretherras School

Junior and Adult Disability

  • Plymouth sessions cancelled until further notice

FIT FANS / FIT PILGRIMS

Sessions cancelled until further notice.

Walking Football

  • Both Plymouth Monday night and Wednesday morning sessions are cancelled.

Extra Time Hub for over 55’s

  • The Plymouth Wednesday afternoon session is cancelled until further notice

Downs Syndrome Active

  • The Plymouth session will continue after Easter Half Term, Wednesday 15 April at Manadon Sports Hub

Tiny Tots

  • St Joseph’s Launceston has cancelled all bookings – awaiting restart date

After school sessions

  • St Joseph’s Launceston has cancelled all bookings – awaiting restart date

 

⚠️ We are continuing to run and deliver our community sessions across the South West.

⭕️ Participants are reminded they should only attend sessions if they are feeling well and not showing any symptoms.

👉 In the meantime, we wish the football and wider community well and urge all to follow the guidance from the Government provided by Public Health England if presented with any symptoms:

https://www.gov.uk/government/topical-events/coronavirus-covid-19-uk-government-response