Lyme Regis Youth Football Division donated football goals to The Hub Youth Club for youth club to use during their busy Wednesday and Friday sessions. Julia Durrant, Secretary and Treasurer said “the football club is happy to support local youth in our community and we hope having the football nets at The Hub Youth Club will encourage more young footballers”.
The Chairman of Lyme Regis Football Club, Martyn Wright, is keen to get a girls football team established and after their visit at The Hub both Ella McCallum and Mya Jallow said that they would love to try football on a Wednesday and that it was really exciting to have the chance to play in a girls team.
“The Hub Youth Club is delighted to be supporting Lyme Regis Football Club to give local young people opportunities to take part in quality supporting activities” said James Ward-Rice, Youth Worker.
Youth Club it is open on Wednesday at 6.30pm for under 13 years and 7.00pm on Fridays for the Senior Session. Lyme Regis Youth Football Club train at Anning Road on Wednesdays and you can contact Martin at Martyn.email@example.com for more information.
Music Mamas is a new class starting at The Hub on Friday March 8th at 11am for one hour. This is a relaxed, informal and fun singing group for mums and there babies and toddlers. It is led by Ellie Walker, who is an experienced choir leader, community musician and mum. Please book https://www.music4minis.co.uk/
Course content would be:
The course will be aimed those with a background role within a service for young people – helping them to understand why safeguarding is important and what needs to be done within an organisation to safeguard young people. This can also act as a very basic introduction to safeguarding for volunteers.
To register your attendance please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Every quarter new Lyme Regis businesses are added to our Surfers Against Sewage Business Award list. The Hub is proud to be part of this important project. For more information on how to help go to https://www.plasticfreelyme.uk/sas-business-awards
Speaking on The Hub, Kathryn Haskins, director of the award-winning hotel in Pound Street, said: “It’s such a wonderful organisation and the space they provide for young people in the town is of such great importance.
“We hope to help not only financially, but also by facilitating those interested in working in the hospitality industry by offering training and opportunities.
“The hospitality industry has such huge scope for travel and amazing opportunities for young people we are thrilled to work with youth club and those that may be interested in this industry.”
Diane Earle, manager of The Hub, added: “Having monthly financial support from The Alexandra Hotel & Restaurant for work at The Hub youth club is key to keeping the sessions open and staffed by our professional youth workers and is very much appreciated.”
Trustees of Lyme Regis Development Trust, which runs The Hub, and staff from The Alexandra Hotel recently celebrated their new partnership at the trust’s Christmas lunch for supporters in the run up to the festive season.
If other local businesses would be interested to hear how they could financially help The Hub, please contact Diane on 01297 444266 or email email@example.com