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  • 23rd April 2014

    Inspiring Young People Celebrate Awards Night

    On a beautiful and early summer’s evening on banks of the River Thames and in view of the stunning Tower Bridge, the third Change Foundation ‘Hit The Top’ Awards took place. It was an evening that acknowledged the hard work … read more

  • 9th April 2014

    Groundbreaking Asian Cricket Awards – C4C Legacy Partner

    Cricket for Change has been officially announced as ‘Legacy Partner’ of the Talk Home Mobile Asian Cricket Awards. The launch (on 28th March 2014) event was hosted at Lord’s Cricket Ground saw the big hitters of the cricket world in … read more

  • 5th March 2014

    Creating positive change for young women in sport

    Great excitment here at the excellent news that C4C’s Beth Evans and Navjeet Sira have been invited to present and talk about the UK’s first and only All Female Visually Impaired cricket team at The 6th IWG World Conference on … read more

  • 3rd March 2014

    There is a lot more to life than the Six Nations!

    As the Six Nations gathers pace towards an exciting finale, C4C’s Mike Henderson is a highlighted success in Robert Kitson’s, of The Guardian, article published on Sat. 1st March 2014, which discusses Sky’s fly on the wall programme, ‘School of … read more

  • 14th February 2014

    Heroes make their mark at disability sports festival

    Last week saw 65 young people and their teachers from the London schools of Brent Knoll, Redgates Primary (Croydon), The Link Primary School (Croydon), Priory and Cricket Green came together to take part in the first Hit the Top Heroes … read more