ARE YOU 16 OR OLDER? Apply to take part in our Sports Apprenticeship with the CWCS team!
Cray Wanderers Community Scheme works with young people in the community, from the age of five up to 15, to give them a sense of self-worth and belonging, in a fun-filled environment. This is achieved primarily through sport but also by engaging with them through arts and crafts.
Founded in 2009 by ex-Cray Wanderers star Tyrone Sterling, and close friend and fan of the club Reggie Oliver, its main focus was the local Cray community. However, such has been its success its work now covers the London boroughs of Bromley, Bexley, and Lewisham and the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
1. Raise educational achievement.
2. Create pathways to employment.
3. Build healthier lifestyles.
4. Unite communities.
5. Reduce crime and anti-social behavior.
Those objectives are still as relevant to the Scheme today as they were back in 2009.
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