Very proud to be shortlisted at Sport Woking Awards 2019

We are delighted to share an amazing achievement for one of our projects in collaboration with Woking Youth Service. Sandie Bolger, Youth Development Officer at Woking Borough Council who works at Sheerwater Youth Centre was nominated for Active Surrey Community Project of the Year at the Sport Woking Awards 2019 in response to Rotate, the weekly Parkour Sessions held on Thursdays at Sheerwater Youth Centre. This project is run in partnership with Dance Woking. Sandie has encouraged some of the young people who attend the centre to volunteer and support Rotate as part of their Duke of Edinburgh Award. We are very proud of this recognition. In order to run this project funding support was received from Active Surrey, Surrey Community Foundation and Woking Borough Council.

If you are interested in supporting similar projects please do contact us on We are keen to develop new partnerships in order to continue to offer creative ways to support community cohesion through active engagement of young people.

We would like to thank you Woking Youth Service and Sheerwater Youth Centre for their support in delivering this amazing project. Congratulations to all winners and shortlisted nominees. Please see below the full article about Sport Woking Awards 2019.

Please note that Rotate Parkour Sessions are back on Thursday 16th of January.

For details click here