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HRH Prince Philip Visits Cedars Youth & Community Centre

On Wednesday 29th June 2016, HRH the Duke of Edinburgh – who has been London Youth’s patron since 1947 visited two local Harrow youth organisations, Ignite Trust and Cedars Youth and Community Centre, marking visits to more than 50 youth clubs since his first in 1948! 

At Ignite, young people were cooking a meal for everyone in the kitchen, playing sports in the hall, and hanging out in the lounge. Expression, the session which HRH Prince Philip attending during his visit, is a weekly group for young people aged 13-19 which aims encourage and inspire young people through sports, social time and life skills discussions. 

“In an outer London borough like Harrow it’s easy to feel forgotten, under-financed and resourced. Ignite has enjoyed the support of London Youth for many years which helps us to feel more connected, whether opportunities for training and funding, or networking and information. We are delighted that our work has been recognised such that HRH Prince Philip is visiting us to see what we do, how and where. It’s a significant moment for all of us, staff, Trustees, volunteers and young people.” Daniel Haigh, CEO Ignite Trust. And at Cedars, a centre managed by Watford FC’s Community Sports & Education Trust, there were groups of young people playing football, badminton, planning a social action project to engage more girls in their club and a meeting of Harrow Youth Parliament.

Both these London Youth member clubs have achieved the Gold level of the London Youth Quality Mark – a sign of excellence in delivering quality youth work in their community. Ignite earnt theirs last year while Cedars were presented with their gold plaque, awarded earlier in July, by HRH Prince Philip during his tour of the club.

Rosemary Watt-Wyness, chief executive of London Youth commented:

“It is more important than ever that young people have access to services that can support them to gain the confidence resilience and networks that will help them succeed in life.

One of the young people who has benefitted from attending her local youth club is Nima Roble (19), who also sits on London Youth’s youth advisory board, Dare London. Speaking at Wednesday’s event, Nima said:

“If it wasn’t for my youth club I wouldn’t have made the good friends that I’ve made or the tried new things and discovered what I enjoy. I wish I had known about my youth club sooner and would definitely encourage other young people to get involved with one near them.

We continue to be extremely grateful to HRH Prince Philip for his longstanding patronage with London Youth and ongoing support over so many years.  






Watford reach the semi-final in national Premier League Kicks tournament

A group of boys from Watford Football Club’s Community Sports and Education Trust’s Premier League Kicks programme represented Watford FC in fine style, reaching the Semi-Final at a tournament in the centre of Nottingham last week.

With all the participating teams involved in their own Premier Leagues Kick programmes, there were hundreds of young people from around the country who gathered for the festival of football to highlight the impact that the scheme has had in communities all year round.

Nick Perchard, Acting Head of Community Development at the Premier League stated:

“The Premier League Kicks Cup is the culmination of the programme over the year. It’s really our opportunity to thank the clubs and thank the young people that come regularly to the programme every week and give them the opportunity to meet other people from different parts of the country.”

The scheme, funded nationally by the Premier League and Sport England, uses the appeal of football and the value of sports participation to engage young people in some of the hardest to reach areas of the country.

As well as football, the participants are given the opportunity to take part in a variety of sports, coaching, music, workshops and personal development sessions, helping them find routes into education, training and employment.

The Community Sports and Education Trust deliver Premier League Kicks at Westfield Academy in Watford and Cedars Youth and Community Centre in Harrow, a centre also ran by the Trust.

Social Inclusion Development Officer at the Trust, Sean Flaherty, spoke of his pride in the performance of the Watford team;

“We are very proud of all involved. It was great to see so many young people engaged and competing at a national level. The boys performed exceptionally well reaching the semi-final of the competition.”

One of Watford’s Premier League Kicks Participants, Joseph Made added;

“I had a great day at the Kicks cup, our team managed to make the semi-finals and beat some big clubs on the way. All in all I had a great day and hope to be involved in competitions like this again in the future”






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Cedars Helps By Giving Back!

Cedars Youth & Community Centre and James Frames in Hatch End (James, Ziggy & Ben) have joined together by donating a framed Watford FC signed shirt to Homebase Harrow Weald, this will be raffled off to support their chosen charity which is the MacMillan Cancer Charity.

Homebase and James Frames has supported our centre by donating goods to us for the up keep of our building and continues to do so.

A big thank you to Manager Alex Murray who has now moved on to join the Acton branch of Homebase, we now welcome the new Manager of Harrow Weald, Lee Webb.


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