My Redcliffe

During the last year, the focus in Redcliffe has been on promoting the best in local arts and culture and improving sports facilities for young people.

The Redcliffe Councillors have lent their support to Earl’s Court Youth Club, and provided £12,500 towards the refurbishment of their dilapidated football pitch. Once complete, the football pitch will be available for community use and managed by the youth club. Redcliffe was also one of 5 wards in the south of the borough who helped grow the Chelsea FC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks initiative, which offers both free football coaching and opportunities for young people to learn about leading a healthy lifestyle.

It’s not just on the pitch that the Redcliffe Councillors focused nurturing local talent, as they have supported the first Earl’s Court Film Festival, which aims to promote the best in local filmmaking. After the successful first festival, which was attended by over 200 people it is hoped that it will continue for years to come.

- Find out more about Chelsea FC Foundation’s Premier League Kicks programme and how to get involved

- Follow the Earl’s Court Community Trusts journey to holding the first Earl’s Court Film Festival.

Ward spend 2016/17: £10,080

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