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31 03, 2016

Walking Football with Millwall

Millwall Community Trust has for many years now supported the community of SE16 by offering sports coaching and facilities in an accessible environment. Their work with young people – using football to engage those who are disillusioned and disaffected – has proved hugely successful and popular. Now Richard White who leads up their community development is [...]

28 03, 2016

Organise Events with Galleywall Nature Reserve

Galleywall Nature Reserve are looking for someone to create and publicise a series of free public events at Galleywall Nature Reserve in spring/summer 2016. These could be low-key or larger; previous events have included a beekeeper visit, sign-painting, arts and crafts, a Pop-Up Parks day, forest school taster sessions, schools visits, and social events. There [...]

28 03, 2016

Scouts Youth Leader

Can you help inspire adventure? Scouting is all about having fun, making friends, learning new skills and the adventure of trying exciting outdoor activities! Scouts are boy and girls aged 10 to 14 years old and meet together as a Scout Troop. Each Scout Troop consists of a number of small units of six to [...]

28 03, 2016

Drama Group – Bede House

Bede House are looking for someone to lead their Drama Group for adults with mild to moderate disabilities on Fridays 10:00--12:00*. Bede's Drama Group This is an enthusiastic, well established group who are keen to learn new skills. You would be fully supported by our support workers and volunteers and would receive supervision and training [...]

28 03, 2016

Volunteer your skills with GT Scholars

Many ambitious young people in England are failing to achieve their full potential. This is particularly true for young people from lower income homes. Their future career paths and future earning power is often determined by parental income. GT Scholars wants to increase social mobility by getting access for more young people from disadvantaged backgrounds to [...]

27 03, 2016

Fisher FC and Ben Westmancott

Ever since Fisher Athletic went under and the new club – Fisher FC – emerged in 2009 owned and run by its supporters, Ben Westmancott has been keenly involved. “I remember looking after the tannoy at the old ground,” says Ben. “I would sit at home each week and mix some music on cassette for [...]

25 03, 2016

Fusion Table Tennis and John Dennison

Aadil Anand winning the U11 European Championships in Slovakia “Only in mid-March, our junior player Aadil Anand won the U-11 singles crown at the Slovak Open Malacky – Mini & Mini Mini Cadets European Championship,” explains John Dennison of Fusion Table Tennis. “He won the title for India in a field of 46 players from 9 [...]

23 03, 2016

Southwark Park Athletics Centre

SE16 is getting a new Athletics Centre! Construction of the first phase of the redesign and layout of the athletics arena in Southwark Park is nearly complete. The second phase is remodelling the pavilion from the inside out. The building will include four changing rooms (2 athletics, 2 football) and an officials changing room, external lockers, [...]

20 03, 2016

London All Stars – Wheelchair Basketball

Many people will have seen wheelchair basketball on their telly during the London Olympics, perhaps for the first time. I was lucky enough to get access to watch a couple of the Olympic matches at the O2 Arena during the Para-Olympics and I was mesmerised by the skill and speed of the play. The great [...]

18 03, 2016

Bacons College Sports Centre and Dave Cooke

Dave Cooke loves a challenge. He’s not one to take on a marathon without making it difficult. This time, he’s aiming to beat a Guinness World Record! On 24 April, Dave will be attempting to run the London Marathon 2016 in chain mail in under 5 hours 50 minutes! “I know it’s mad,” said Dave [...]