During the pandemic the club opened its doors and developed Atlas Minds mental health project, this was founded after a need was identified for this service in the community, because of the project an idea started to grow with the idea to develop a safe space for the wider community to be able to use the club. People will be able to use the drop-in service for a youth & community hub, parent and child support groups, study sessions, alternative education, skills workshops, and personal development opportunities. To develop the idea further the club needs to improve the facilities and carry out repair work to the roof. there is a current crowd fund page with a target of £10,681. A family fun day was held at the club to raise funds towards the repairs. On the build up to the fundraiser we engaged with the community asking them to be involved and to donate, twenty local businesses paid £25 to have a stall, a BBQ company donated all their profits from the day, six event size gazebos were donated in the event of rain! A local packaging company donated all the disposable but recyclable plates, cups, and food bags. A local marketing company printed all the promotional materials for free! Twenty people volunteered to steward the event and we raised £2700!