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Sportivate funding

The next deadline for Sportivate applications is Tuesday 1st December. This is for Phase 11 projects, to be delivered between April and September 2016. ‘Sportivate is a key part of Sport England’s London 2012 participation legacy plan which brings additional funding into grassroots sport. Sportivate offers young people aged 11-25, who are not participating regularly in sport, […]

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Perfect partnership for Pathway to Participation!

WLCT have teamed up with Wigan Athletic Community Trust, Wigan Youth Zone and Wigan Council to offer some of Wigan and Leigh’s most vulnerable young people the chance to access more sport, leisure, art and education activities, thanks to a new grant from Wigan Council’s Deal for Communities Investment Fund. The Pathway 2 Participation scheme is […]

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Believe Sport Talent Fund

TALENTED young athletes are benefiting from Wigan Council funding to help them reach their potential. The first round of the Believe Talent Fund has seen five young people each receive up to £500 from the Deal for Communities Investment Fund to help them pay for travel, accommodation, competitions or training fees and equipment. The first […]

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Wigan ‘Volunteer Inspired Project’ Website

Are you someone who would like to develop your CV, meet new people or just give something back to your local community? Are you involved in an organisation that needs volunteer support in order to reach it’s full potential? If so then look no further. The Wigan ‘Volunteer Inspired Project’ website offers both volunteers and […]

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Believe Sports Awards

SPORTS stars of the future have been applauded at the 15th annual Believe Sports Awards. The event, which welcomed more than 300 people to the DW Stadium, also celebrated those dedicated volunteers who support grassroots sports in the borough. Amongst this year’s winners were Sports Achiever of the Year Jennie Myler who, aged just 15, […]

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Dame Kelly Holmes – Get on Track

Are you aged 16-24 and currently not in education or training? Do you know some one who fits this criteria? Then look no further.. WLCT in partnership with the Dame Kelly Holmes Legacy Trust are launching a 6 week personal development & employability programme starting next week. The ‘Get on Track’ programme uses a balance […]

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