Community Projects Plus (CPP) have been commissioned by the office of the Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC), Sir Clive Loader, to help discourage anti-social behaviour in Leicester.
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The grand final of a special football tournament that showcases the hidden talents of local young footballers, called the Community Projects Plus Cup, is due to take place this Saturday (March 9th), between 10am and 1pm, at Northfield House Primary School Ball Court in Leicester.
The tournament, which has been organised by Community Projects Plus, rewards young people, aged between 8 and 19-years-old, for their dedication in taking part in a series of area competitions in Leicester throughout February.
Leicester-based Community Projects Plus is aiming to improve amateur footballers’ awareness of health issues, specifically focusing on Chlamydia screening, alcohol awareness and stopping smoking, through the MatchFit Health project.
Funded by the Leicester Partnership NHS Trust, the project is working in partnership with the Leicestershire and Rutland County FA and The Alliance Football League to screen footballers, aged between 18 and 24-years, for Chlamydia.
The Positive Futures Leicester programme, delivered by Community Projects Plus, uses sport as a tool to tackle anti-social behaviour and boost the confidence of local young people aged between 8 and 19-years-old in the Braunstone, Northfields, Beaumont Leys and Highfields areas.