HERE at Argyle Community Trust, we support the delivery of several different local sessions in areas of social deprivation. All of our coaches are a minimum Level 2 in more than one sport and have expertise delivering estate based sessions.
We are once again working closely with Plymouth City Council on a project to improve the happiness and wellbeing of young people in our region as well as Falmouth Town Council in Cornwall.
Plymouth Street Games provide free or low cost sports sessions across the city, opening up a world of vibrant and engaging activities to young people aged from 11 – 25.
The project places particular emphasis on youth leadership, enabling participants to thrive in an environment focussed on fun, enjoyment and social interaction.
Street Games at a glance…
- Free or low cost sport on your doorstep
- There is a national Doorstep Sport training academy
- A national youth volunteering programme
- A national young women and girls programme
- A programme of sports events and festivals
Working in partnership with Affinity Sutton Housing, we also deliver a local project, based at the William Sutton Memorial Centre, offering free football sessions in their Multi Use Games Area, using the centre as a Hub to attract new participants. The club’s brand is the attraction and working alongside Affinity Sutton has proven to be a good way of raising participation in St. Budeaux. This session runs on a Wednesday, from 4-5PM, at the William Sutton Memorial Centre, PL5 1QF.
The Onside project is about cutting crime and anti-social behaviour in the various areas it’s delivered in. Predominantly composing of football sessions, All participants are able to come and access further qualifications, courses and accreditations.
Every Friday 7-8pm
Dracena Centre, Falmouth. TR11 2ES
Contact: Ryan Hooper
07850 946 587 | email@example.com
Supporting Sports Development
We support Plymouth City Council’s Sports Development Unit’s delivery of their Street Games project, delivering several weekly sessions on their behalf in areas such as Keyham, St.Budeaux, Freedom Fields and Lipson.
For more information on these sessions and many others on the Street Games project, visit the Plymouth City Council website.