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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org or 07495092679
Also, please keep an eye out on our social media pages via @leicscricket for up to date information.