Local Outreach Programme
Our Local Outreach Programme works in partnership with a range of local organisations, schools and community groups to identify the local need that we can help address. Our work delivers interventions at the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground to support the development and mental and physical health of locally based children, young people and families.
Our Local Outreach Programme works in partnership with a range of local organisations, Local Authorities, health agencies, educational organisations and cricketing bodies to identify the local need that we can help address. Our work delivers interventions at the Arundel Castle Cricket Ground to engage with and support the development and mental and physical health of locally based people.
How our programmes support local people
We are passionate about creating opportunities for local children, young people and families to take part in sport, recreation and learning experiences to develop new skills and confidence alongside improving their health and wellbeing. We have been working collaboratively with local schools, community groups and organisations to deliver inspirational projects to support the health, development and education of local children and young people through cricket and the outdoors. We want our unique and magical home at Arundel Castle Cricket Ground to be accessible to local communities who are looking for a place to be inspired and learn new skills. Find out more about our programmes and the local communities that we support below.
Working in partnership
We want to give more local young people the opportunity to learn and develop through cricket, outdoor recreation and our unique, historic setting. We welcome enquiries from new partner schools and organisations who are interested in working with us to create magical experiences that will enhance the education, health and wellbeing of local people who need our help most. For more information or to get involved please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Help us enhance and inspire the lives of disadvantaged young people.