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Hull YFC

02/12/2019

Hull Youth for Christ was established in 1951 in the now closed City Temple on Hessle Road in Hull. In 1994 a team of workers moved onto the Boulevard to live, worship and work in the local community. They engaged with local people, building relationships and supporting disadvantaged teenagers. In 2…

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Sirius Academy North Hull

21/11/2019

The Academy is a mixed secondary school catering for students aged 11 to 16 years. It is part of the Sirius Academy Multi Academy Trust. In 2015, after being in special measures for a year, the Academy received a good grading from Ofsted. The Academy is located on North Hull Estate and has approxima…

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Fusion Health & Wellbeing, Grimsby

11/11/2019

The aim of the charity is to promote health and wellbeing to the community in Grimsby by using amateur sports and recreation. They are working alongside local groups such as the Early Intervention Policing Team and alternative provision schools to engage with young people. They are seeing the highes…

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Cleethorpes Community Sports and Education Club

31/10/2019

The Club was opened in November 2018 with a grant from Sport England. The Club provides boxing training four evenings a week and also on a Saturday morning. They have 80 members who attend the boxing sessions. The Club has a skate park, a football pitch and a gymnasium. The Club runs a DJ Club fo…

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Mighty Mick's Boxing Club, Grimsby

01/10/2019

The boxing club has been operating for six years. It is open four evenings a week and also on a Saturday morning. Seven volunteers provide all of the coaching and between 12 and 20 young people attend each of the sessions.…

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Harbour Place, Grimsby

23/09/2019

The aim of Harbour Place is to prevent homelessness and ultimately to eradicate rough sleeping in the Grimsby area. They believe that everyone is capable of change and they aim to provide a supportive environment and meaningful activities, which will help to reverse the spiral of rough sleeping.…

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Safe and Sound Homes (SASH)

15/09/2019

SASH works across North and East Yorkshire and the cities of Hull and York to prevent youth homelessness. They have 12 volunteer hosts living in Hull and the East Riding. SASH works in partnership with the Hinge Centre in Bridlington on a resettlement scheme for young people. Most of the referrals a…

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Friends of Pelican Park, Hull

29/08/2019

Pelican Park is a sports facility which offers tennis, football, cricket and netball to the local community. It also runs a weekly youth club. Friends of Pelican Park is a registered charity which runs the activities at the Park. The aim of the charity is to increase participation in sport and learn…

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Freedom Road Creative Arts, Hull

21/08/2019

Freedom Road Creative Arts (FRCA) was launched in July 2008. It offers young people in Hull the opportunity to attend workshops in drama, dance, song writing and singing. The aim of FRCA is to make a positive difference to the lives of young people from the Hull area. They want to raise their aspira…

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City of Hull Street Angels

02/08/2019

The Street Angels are all volunteers and they give up their time to make sure people using the night-time economy in Hull are safe. They work in teams of two on a Friday and Saturday night from 9pm until 3am. All of the volunteers receive training, which includes basic first aid.…

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