Our 2022 Annual Review: Shaping Positive Futures

We’re delighted to share with you our annual impact review ‘Shaping Positive Futures’.  The review looks back on the positive impact the Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation has had on young people over the year 2022. It details the eight key skills and attributes of ‘The Arundel Way’, and how they provide tangible benefits to the young people we engage. This year we delivered a full and wide-ranging programme, readjusting and adapting to a challenging and evolving post-covid environment to help over 1250 young people impacted by inequality, disadvantage or disability. We continued to focus on children and young people from either London boroughs or who live in Sussex, offering our support by providing magical experiences that encourage development and learning opportunities through cricket, the outdoors and our unique, inspirational setting.

We must once again thank our partners and donors for their unwavering support which has helped us make the programmes featured in the review possible. With this continued support, we have been able to reach and inspire more young people in more ways – thank you to everyone who supported us over the last year.

Director of Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation, Tim Shutt, said:

“We’ve achieved a lot over the last 3 years, and especially over the last 12 months as we’ve moved up a gear following the easing of the pandemic. We’ve operated a full calendar, engaged London-based, Local and special educational needs and disability groups (SEND) groups, and reached more young people with additional needs than ever before.

Our new strategy will take us through to 2025 and sets out our plans to make our interventions and engagements with young people even more impactful at a time when the needs of young people facing disadvantage are arguably as great as ever.”


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