Grassroots Rugby League development
programme for 5-8
year-olds. For more information on this programme including costings, please contact Heather Parker-Preece on 01942 316 072 or
A chance in a lifetime for the local community team or organisation to showcase at a Centurions matchday
Centurions LD Team
The Centurions Learning Disabilities team trains on a Monday evening 6-7 pm at Golborne Parkside Community Club. These sessions are open to anyone aged 10+ living with Learning Disabilities, who wants to be part of a team, play the non-contact form of tag rugby and pull on a Centurions shirt to represent their club at the Community Integrated LDSL festivals. For more information please contact Scott on Scott@leighcommunitytrust.co.uk
The A-team Hub provides activities for all children of Leigh and surrounding areas with some programmes specifically designed for children with special educational needs.
A young adults' mental well-being programme if your school would like to know more including costs please contact Mick Nanyn on 01942 316 072 or
Small group workshops and one-to-one support for young females aged 11-16 years old. Funded by the Pilgrim Trust
A Different Route
A provision of diversionary activities for men suffering from long-term illnesses funded by Assura Community Fund.
Funded by Youth Endowment Fund to 7 Rugby League Foundations, the programme is made up of three strands:
Educate, Aspire and Connect.
Leigh Centurions First team players work with Primary School pupils to promote reading for local young residents.
Centurions Star Readers
Social club for older veterans to take part in varying social activities including trips, games afternoons, tea dances, and digital inclusion.