City Patriots attend Plymouth's first ever Hope Hack.

City Patriots attend Plymouth's first ever Hope Hack.

Mason Faulkner and TJ Atwood were guests at the recent Plymouth Hope Hack.

Carl Knight from the NCS Trust had this to say about this incredible day.

The Hope Collective in partnership with NCS Trust landed in the South West for the first time and delivered the #PlymouthHopeHack! The day created safe spaces for nearly 100 young people from across Plymouth to discuss & share their thoughts and solutions on Education, The Cost of Living, Racism and Division, Mental & Physical Health, the Environment & Sustainability, Skills & Employability and Community Safety! We were thrilled to be joined by Nathan Parker spoken word artist who delivered a spoken word piece around the day, Exim Dance Company who gave an inspirational dance performance and inspirational talk and Plymouth City Patriots who did a brilliant Q&A session with our young people!

Huge thanks to our Panel - The Lord Mayor of Plymouth, Cllr Zoe Reilly, Cllr Tom Briers-Delve, Matt Garett, Kadus Smith and our brilliant partners who helped support making this event happen - Youth Focus South West, Plymouth City Council, Youth Parliament, Active Devon, Plymouth and Devon Racial Equality Council, StreetGames, Argyle Community Trust, PCiP and Devon, Plymouth and Torbay Careers Hub!


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