Random Photos of Holford Drive Grand Opening
Saturday, 03 January 2015 15:41

Random selection of photos from Holford Drive community sports hub grand opening

Holford Drive Sports hub's photo.
Holford Drive Sports hub's photo.
Holford Drive Sports hub's photo.
Holford Drive Sports hub's photo.
  Random selection of photos from the Grand opening of Holford Drive community sports hub by HRH Prince William
Michelle Sawyers Congratulations Lincoln Moses on a great achievement. Congratulations also goes out to my big Sister Diane Sawyers for helping to organise & put together what would have been one of the greatest successes of her life so far! Well done to all involved  

Waseem Zaffar  HRH Prince William officially opened the Holford Drive Community & Sports Hub today. I want to pay tribute to all those that have worked for over 10 years on making the dream reality in particular Lincoln Moses, Paulette Hamilton, Diane Sawyers, Steve Town, Panikos, Big Bob Hazell, John (boxing), Keith John, Pauline Hurd (RIP), Ron Skelton, Camella and many others. Your legacy will be the benefits that many generations will benefit from! 
 Sharon Thompson well done Lincoln Moses! Your an inspirational don xxx Massive (salute) to those that gave you and the vision the genuine support that was needed to make today a reality, Here's to the next 10 years for to the Hub
 

Well done Lincoln and all of the team.

Jesse Gerald's photo.
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Jesse Gerald's photo.
Jesse Gerald's photo.

 

Jesse Gerald's photo.

 

Prince William visit to Holford Drive community sports hub

 

 
Holford Drive Sports Hub Grand Opening
Saturday, 03 January 2015 15:40

Courtesy of JG Photography

Lincoln Moses's photo.
Lincoln Moses's photo.
Lincoln Moses's photo.
Lincoln Moses's photo.
 
Dreams
Saturday, 03 January 2015 15:27

SEASON GREETINGS from the Holford drive dream team. As we draw ever closer to the end of the year, we at HDCSH would like to say that we had an excellent 2014, but this was only possible due to the support that we received from you. And for that we would like to thank you all, and we pledge to do our utmost to continue improving the empowerment of yp in 2015...
We ended the year on a high with the opening of the sports hub by HRH Prince William and we aim to start 2015 how we left 2014, on a high!

Lincoln Moses MBE
Chair HDCSH

SEASON GREETINGS from the Holford drive dream team. As we draw ever closer to the end of the year, we at HDCSH would like to say that we had an excellent 2014, but this was only possible due to the support that we received from you. And for that we would like to thank you all, and we pledge to do our utmost to continue improving the empowerment of yp in 2015... We ended the year on a high with the opening of the sports hub by HRH Prince William and we aim to start 2015 how we left 2014, on a high!  Lincoln Moses MBE Chair HDCSH
 
Welcome

Brother’s Keeper empowers socially excluded young people to access local programmes. This will in turn lead to enhanced employment opportunities to the young people and enable them to become better and more concerned citizens Brothers Keeper will also be seeking to address further employment opportunities through Sport and education. Young people from all walks of life and cultural backgrounds are welcomed on these Projects, We will seek all paths to realise these goals, and Brothers keeper have established and carried out a number of sporting projects in Birmingham that illustrate this mission statement.

Brothers keeper Director, Lincoln Moses believes - 'the youth of today are not leaving school with meaningful qualifications and education for the working and wider world and are turning to street crime, robberies, drug dealing and anti-social behaviour, these are the new careers for young people.  They do not wish to conform to government schemes as they see them as under-paid and under-enforced.  These schemes also seem to come from a "one-box-fits-all" scenario and does not cater to individual needs.'

Brother’s keeper is solely youth focused, sees things in their terms that will combat these trends, engaging young people who are homeless, in care, excluded from school or are youth offenders and tend to be separated from mainstream employment opportunities, communities and society.  We also recognise a commitment to engaging young people before they become involved in the above.