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    October 2020 - The St Charles Compound include a nursery, REC primary, Junior Secondary School and Senior Secondary School (built by Action4schools during 2021). The football and sports playing field project would change so many lives !

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    October 2020 - The football and sports play field will bring life to the community and much needed space for exercise for the many children that attend schools in Regent

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    Team visit during May 2012 - we took football kits from Gibraltar teams and played a friendly match

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    It is shame but there are no sports classes due to lack of a sport ground and resources.

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    A football pitch and sports ground would transform Regent village and the children would benefit so much from this project.

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    Children deserve better, they deserve to play and enjoy themselves.

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    They love football !

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    Football kit from St Joseph's Football Club, Gibraltar

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    Football kit from St Joseph's Football Club, Gibraltar

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    It was great to visit the REC Primary school

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    Team talk !

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    The children love football !

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    Regent Primary school Team photo !

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    St Joseph's Football team with Alland Hernandez

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    Lincoln Red Imps with Mark Dellipiani and Alland Hernandez

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    Great match, great teams !

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    Great match, great teams !

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    Great match, great teams !

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    Jimmy Bruzon - May 2012

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    Harry Pallas and Mark Dellipiani - May 2012

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    Would be amazing to transform this field and the lives of the children !

Football Field and Sport Ground (Regent Village)

For many years children attending schools in Regent Village have had to travel long distances to play any type of sports, they have to travel to a sport area which is 1 hour away and have few means to get there. We have been asked to look into the possibility of building a football field and general sports ground in an area located behind REC Primary school.

There are over 2000 children attending various nearby schools, the area includes REC Primary school (500+), Church of Christ school (600+), Young Christian Women Association Nursery (100+), Junior Secondary school (400+) and the future Senior Secondary school (200+) and we therefore feel that investing in the provision of sports facilities will greatly enhance the general health and well being of the many hundreds of students that attend these school as well as other in the area.

At the moment the field is used by some children to play ad hoc football but nothing else and the children have to travel very far away (1 hour away) to play any sorts of sports such as football, running/athletics, basketball or volleyball. There are no formal sports classes in the schools at Regent due to lack of proper facilities or equipment.

If we provide a proper sports ground it will transform the community, the children of Regent  deserve better and they deserve to be able to play….

Photo taken during May 2012 during our team visit to Regent Village

May 2012 - Action4schools team visited REC Primary and played a friendly match in the rugged field.

May 2012 – Action4schools team visited REC Primary and played a friendly match in the rugged field.

The field is large and investing in this project would bring much joy and fulfilment to the children of Regent Village …

Please consider sending us a one off donation or setting up a standing order so that we may continue to provide support to the most needy communities and children in Sierra Leone.

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Action4schools-Sierra Leone
NatWest Bank, 
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We spend every penny raised on direct support to provide water wells, build schools, provide medical care and bring hope to poor communities.

Since the charity was born we have travelled to Sierra Leone once (2012), having modern technology and strong partnerships means we do not need to travel to the projects.

100% of the money raised is used for direct assistance to the most needy.