Million Hours Fund Project

Living Sport is delighted to be launching two positive intervention programmes to support secondary age young people across Peterborough and Huntingdonshire.

The programme is to support young people at risk of participating in anti-social behaviour and will provide some positive diversionary multi-sport activities for the next six weeks. Delivery of this will take place at Central Park in Peterborough, and the Riverside area in St Neots. Living Sport has worked with young people to shape and design the offer to ensure that it meets their current needs and interests and enables access to different sports and activities that may have become a problem to access or be involved in previously. Living Sport is very grateful for the support of the National Lottery Community Fund to enable this to happen through the current Million Hours fund.

These programmes will take place every Monday (from 11th September) at Central Park (Peterborough) from 3.30pm-5pm. Also, every Tuesday (from 5th September) at Riverside (St Neots) from 3.30pm-4pm – totally free for all to access.

Football shown on grass
Football shown on grass

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