Great Atmosphere at Hammersmith Safe Camp
Over the May/June half-term Met-Track alongside Access Sport, Let Me Play, London Sports Trust and QPR delivered sessions at Phoenix High School as part of the Safe Camp run by Hammersmith Police. The young people taking part got to experience a variety of sports including Athletics, Basketball, Bmx riding, Kayaking, Football and Trampoline gymnastics amongst other activities.
Coach Leevan Yearwood was delivering a variety of athletics and multi-skills activities at the sessions, he thoroughly enjoyed his time saying “It’s great to see these young people from the local area being given a chance to partake in so many different sports”. Scheme Manager Matt Threadgold also visited the camp and also was impressed with the young people at the session “It really is great to see the boundaries being broken down by sport, the participants are from different Religions, Cultures and areas within the borough but through sport and the Safe Camp they have been brought together.”
There were awards given out to participants that showed high levels of engagement against the Met-Track awards scheme. These individuals were also given a Met-Track top as part of achieving this level of engagement.