To support projects which encourage local people to be active, learn and play together.
Raiders Netball Club is on site to assist the community in particular females to become fitter by being active. We have bought the sport to their doorsteps of Honor Oak Estate. We are here to take away some of the barriers that gets in the way of potential participants. Our participants will be taught netball skills in a fun like environment. It also gives them the opportunity to meet new people, play matches in and out of the borough if they so wish. The choice will be there to play competitively or socially. The Estate has a floodlit (Muga) Multi use game area that is not be utilized.
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
There is female sporting activity on the estate. Raiders in conjuction with the borough and England netball association to increase participation in this sport Some young people find transport an issue . Their families do not have a care and they therefore do not take part out of school setting. Young people do not participate in community activity unless it is accessible and its the right for them. The estate crime rate is very high this activity would bring some positive activity in the area. The facilities is there not be used. The club has a number of personnel who is able to schedule sessions on the estate.
Steps to get it done:
The estate resident is multi-cultural and through sport it will revive the culture of individuals. Bring valve to each other. The sport will be delivered by qualified coaches with DBS approved. There will be opportunity for the participants to decide what level they wish to play . Through sport we aim to bring togetherness. And to build on the young people self esteem .
About the space
Behind Stavely & Spaldings House
London Borough of Lewisham
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