Tachbrook Boating Workshops
Community members sail away on speedboats and canoes
Young Leader Hilten, with the help of the Tachbrook Youth Club, held a 3-day water sports course for 6 young people at the Westminster Boating Base with the aim of both improving their self confidence and inspiring them to pursue more water related sports. 2 days were spent manning and piloting a speedboat while the third and final day was spent working together as a team of steer and pilot a canoe.
The project had a positive and lasting impact on the young people, allowing them to enjoy an experience and gain skills that not many that not many get the chance to. Working together the learned how to pilot and maintain speedboats and canoes. They also improved their physical fitness, self-confidence and communication skills in the process.
Through their efforts, each young person earned themselves membership of the Westminster Boating Base, allowing them to continue to pursue water boating sports and activities. Hilten intends to go on many more residentials and explore the environment as much as possible.
Young People learned how to pilot speedboats
Discover more successful community projects young people have developed.
Science and Arts project for young people with SEND
Visit to the Science Museum and art project
Girls Football in Hatfield
Martha became a qualified football coach and started her own girls football club.
Become a Young Leader or Young Ambassador
Are you aged 11-25 and living in London? Want to run activities for other young people in your area? Want to support your friends and community and make a positive difference? Contact us today and you could secure up to £500 funding to make your idea a reality.
About the Project
Peabody is funding 11-25 year olds to develop their own projects, trips and events for other young people in their local area.