Belle Vue Community Sports and Youth Centre, Hartlepool, has been delivering free ‘pop-up’ sport sessions in targeted areas across Hartlepool to reduce anti-social behaviour and bring the community together.
The centre has requested funding to purchase new sports equipment in order for the sessions to continue.
Funding has also been requested to purchase gardening equipment for the Sorted project which the Belle Vue centre delivers.
Sorted works with groups of 8 young people, who are involved in anti-social behaviour and have been referred to Belle Vue. The programme covers topics such as community awareness, drugs and alcohol and social action work.
Belle Vue would like to deliver a gardening project for the social action work and requires gardening equipment in order to do this. This initiative supports the PCCs objectives of Tackling Re-offending and Working Together to Make Cleveland Safer.