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The Chance to Shine Street Youth project is for participants aged 8 to 15 and aims to increase aspiration, promote mutual respect, and enhance relationships with others, including schools, police and the wider community.

Please take a moment to view our Chance to Shine Street Youth project video which provides further information about the project and a taste of the activity on offer:

Chance to Shine Street aims to use cricket to:

– Positively engage pupils within marginalised schools
– Provide diversionary activity that engages young people in communities affected by youth crime and anti-social behaviour
– Break down barriers between diverse communities which have previously struggled to integrate, contributing to community cohesion
– Work towards positive outcomes for young people: participating leading to training, volunteering or securing employment.

Community Sessions

Sundays 1:00 – 2:30pm at Rushey Mead Academy

Wednesdays 4.30 – 6.00pm at New College

Read about our Chance to Shine Street participants competing in the National Street Finals and attending a record breaking Vitality Blast match at the Fischer County Ground by clicking here. 


For further information about any of the above please contact Dave Allen on or 07495092679

Also, please keep an eye out on our social media pages via @leicscricket for up to date information.