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Introducing... GIRL'S STREETWISE!

Streetwise, first launched in 2007, was One In A Million's first ever programme, and is still hugely popular amongst our children and young people across all of our hubs. In recent years, we've noticed an increase in female players as Women's Football has skyrocketed in popularity. 


As well as our usual mixed programme, we've officially launched a Girl's Streetwise to create a safe, fun environment to engage more female players. Our first ever tournament ran every Friday night throughout the month of April, hosted from BEAP Community Centre in Manningham.

We are excited to have engaged 25 attendees over the course of the project and are thrilled that girl's from across the district have enjoyed coming together to meet new people, make friends, and learn new skills.


In our final session, we were delighted to welcome PC Ali from West Yorkshire Police, who gave an inspirational talk about believing in yourself, investing in your dreams, and the importance of making wise decisions. 

We'd like to take this opportunity to thank Quadrant Community Partnership (Together4Health) and Barclay's Community Football Fund for making our Girl's Football project possible.