Team Queensberry. Boxing training this evening Monday's at the Queensberry Hub beginners 6pm carded and invited boxers 7pm both mixed classes Team Queensberry. Boxing training this morning Saturday at the Queensberry Hub 9am Adults mixed boxing for fitness Boxing training this evening Friday's at the Queensberry Hub beginners 6pm carded and invited boxers 7pm both mixed classes Team Queensberry. Please note there will be no ladies class tonight due to holidays. Apologies for any inconvenience all back to normal next week.
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Guns & Hoses Boxing
Feltham Police Amateur Boxing Club | Hounslow FSD
Run by serving police officers and other voluntary members of the community, PPBC takes the troublesome youths off the streets and puts them into the gym where they learn respect for themselves, respect for others, self discipline as well as becoming fitter and healthier. In turn they are engaged in a positive activity rather than committing crime or anti-social behaviour. Working in partnership with local schools, youth offending, your services etc this is a really joined up approach to community working. Successful in three years, having won awards for the clubs community work PPBC believes this achievement outweighs boxers individual performance. With a fully furnished gym, over 70 regular boxers, a satellite club and links with the local school, PPBC is in need to expand aiming to increase participants by 20 per sessions under 10's, juniors and senior sessions. The club will then develop increasing female participation following on from it's work so far.
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Boxing program sees disengaged youth in the ring with police to change behaviour
Posted March 07, A program that pits the unlikely combination of disengaged youth against WA police officers in the boxing ring is helping teach dedication, discipline and good behaviour. The 20 participants, aged between 14 and 18 years, are from the Wanneroo area in Perth's north and have been identified at risk of homelessness. Youth crime intervention officer Senior Constable Mark Snow said the results from the sparring sessions, which began in October last year, had been immediate. Once a week the group of young people meet with a boxing coach and local police officers at the Wanneroo Amateur Boxing Club, where they train and then sit down for a healthy dinner together.
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