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Total raised so far

89%

£4,440.00 of £5,000 target +£558.75 Gift Aid See breakdown

Recent donations

8 months ago

Fergus Black

£20.00 + £5.00 Gift Aid

8 months ago

George Shaw

£50.00 + £12.50 Gift Aid

8 months ago

Martyn Glyn Evans

£30.00 + £7.50 Gift Aid

About us

The Lord’s Taverners exists to positively impact the lives of young people facing the challenges of inequality.

We work across the UK and beyond to provide inclusive and impactful cricket programmes (Wicketz, Super 1s and Table Cricket), empowering young people with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities to develop the knowledge, skills, capabilities and confidence required to overcome the challenges of inequality, raise their aspirations and reach their potential.

What We Do

We are a community of people and organisations that collaborate to provide innovative, inclusive, and impactful cricket programmes, empowering young people with disabilities and from disadvantaged communities to develop the knowledge, skills, capabilities, and confidence required to overcome the challenges of inequality, raise their aspirations and reach their potential.

Driven by a passion for equality, we strive to be a lead organisation at the heart of social change, maximising our knowledge, experience and insight gained through our work with young people and their communities experiencing inequality. We will collaborate and become a credible, expert voice and influencer, shaping attitudes and approaches to unite communities in the drive to overcome inequalities.

Why We Do It

Over 1 million young people with disabilities in the UK are currently not accessing sport and all the benefits it brings. We want to reach every single one of them.

We need to do this because:

- In 2021, 5% of 11-16 year olds and 13% of 17-22 year olds reported feeling lonely often or always.

- Only 4 in 10 disabled people (42%) agree that sport and physical activity is fair for disabled people.

- Girls aged 11-16 are more likely to have experienced a decline in mental health (43%) than boys the same age (34%).

- Disabled young people aged 16-18 are at least twice as likely as their non-disabled peers to not be in education, employment or training.

- Children and young people from the least affluent families remain the least active.

Charity number: 306054

Ride London - Essex

Event date: Sunday 29th May 2022

With a new format and route totalling 100-miles that will start in London, go out to Essex and finish back in central London


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Tom Hartley

Tom Hartley

Tom Hartley

£705.00 raised of £500.00 target

Chris Goater

Chris Goater

Chris Goater

£705.00 raised of £500.00 target

Leo Chancellor

Leo Chancellor

Leo Chancellor

£605.00 raised of £500.00 target

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Luke Ride London - Essex

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£660.00 raised of £500.00 target

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