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TTW's West Auckland 'helping to change lives'

Tyne, Tees and Wear’s West Auckland Boxing Club hopes to make a difference to the lives of young people in the local village where it is based after firmly establishing itself since opening three years ago.

New facility offers opportunity for renamed Ashfield Spartans to expand

An affiliated East Midlands club has moved to a new, bigger gym – shortly after changing its name to better reflect the community in which it operates.

Fleetwood ABC has been reaching out to its community for well over a century

Dating back as far as 1894, the Fleetwood boxing gym has been a cornerstone of its community for well over a century.

Club case study: Star Boxing provide sense of belonging to asylum seekers and refugees

Halifax Star Boxing Club has recently received funding through Sport England’s Together Fund to develop their boxing classes for refugees and asylum seekers in Halifax.

MP visits community club in Crawley

A Southern Counties-affiliated England Boxing club has welcomed its local MP through its doors.

Club case study: ELBA engaging strongly in its local community

East London Boxing Academy (ELBA) is a club born out of passion and a growing need for it in the local community it serves.

Club case study: St Paul’s Boxing Academy has been changing lives since 1948

St Paul’s Boxing Academy, based in Hull, has thrived on changing the lives of people in and out of boxing over many years.

Flying start for Grangetown ABC's comeback

Fledgling Tyne, Tees and Wear club Grangetown Amateur Boxing Club is thriving after resurrecting amateur boxing in the local area.

Club case study: Crewkerne Boxing Club, from nowhere to call home to community asset

This is the story of how Larry Mills, coach at Crewkerne Boxing Club, converted an old, disused hay barn into a top-quality boxing gym.

Club case study: Scrappers helping a wide cross section of their local community

A community gym based in Western Counties, Swindon, Scrappers Gym and Community Fitness Centre was set up in 2011 and has benefited more than 40,000 children and adults in the past decade.