Rampworx Seacombe will be a facility for extreme wheeled sports, such as BMX, Inline Skates, Skateboard and Scootering. It will attempt to duplicate, on a much smaller scale, the successful Rampworx model that currently exists in Sefton (www.rampworx.com). This is to meet the growing demand for the sports that we cater for and the lack of provision that exists within Merseyside.
The project anticipates working with 350 young people per week through the sports that it caters for. An additional 350 people will access the various coaching sessions, workshops, training and educational projects that we will run. This project will change the lives of disadvantaged service users through a range of positive activities, workshops and projects, so that people can make informed choices about their lifestyle and future. It will also reduce crime and anti-social behaviour in the local community whilst breaking down barriers and stigma with other service users and organisations like local police, NHS, fire and youth service. Workshops and projects, for example, will encourage service users to discuss issues that affect them, such as bullying, anti-social behaviour, gender, race and sexuality. The project is currently supported by Angela Eagle, Councillor Adrian Jones and a host of other partners, such as schools, NHS, Police and Fire service and now we need your help!
Community & Sports Development Manager
Rampworx Youth Village 2000 Ltd
30 Market Street,