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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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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AGM 2019 Chairman’s Report

Argyle Community Trust held their Annual General Meeting on Friday 13 September 2019. The Chairman’s report can be read in full here: 2019. Argyle Community Trust AGM Chair Report   If you wish to find out any further information contact: community@pafc.co.uk

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First Staff Conference a Success

Argyle Community Trust staff from across Devon and Cornwall came together at Bicton College in Exmouth for their first staff two-day conference between Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 September. The conference was an opportunity to reflect on the excellent work of the Trust in their communities as well as helping to inspire community staff as…

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£210,000 Donated for Grass Roots Football

Argyle Community Trust has been awarded a grant from the Plymouth Argyle Supporters Training and Development Trust to go towards grass roots and junior football. The PASTDT is a charity who focus on grant giving in the field of providing support for football related community training facilities for young people in the South West. The…

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Happy as Harry!

Disability Team player Harry Parker has shot to fame following his incredible success as part of The One Show’s Rickshaw Challenge, all in aid for Children in Need. The challenge sees presenter Matt Baker join six inspirational young people on an epic bike ride. The eight day cycle has seen the team tackle a 423…

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Football supporting patient post-op recovery

  Ankle fusion patient David the first to use new astro turf pitch for rehabilitation He received his surgery at Peninsula NHS Treatment Centre within a few weeks Plymouth Argyle Community Trust has aspirations to support other patients recovering from surgery or who wish to lead a more active lifestyle David Saunders, 66, from Plymouth…

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World Mental Health Day

It’s Okay Not to be Okay – Time to talk on World Mental Health Day The Argyle Community Trust is proud to be the official charity for Plymouth Argyle Football Club. Argyle Community Trust uses the prestige of football and the reach of the club to inspire, engage and help people of all ages, achieve…

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