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Jubilee Hall Trust sponsors Alford House

One of London’s oldest youth clubs has opened a new fitness centre thanks to support from Jubilee Hall Trust. Alford House, founded in 1884 to promote the well-being, training and recreation of the young people of Lambeth, raised £50,000 from the Big Lottery to build a new fitness centre at its south London base. Jubilee Hall Trust fitness instructor, Clive Graham, who also works part-time at the youth club, arranged for The Armoury to donate it’s old strength equipment to the new facility. The fitness centre was officially opened by local MP and London’s Commissioner for Sport, Kate Hoey on Thursday 17th June. Alford House provides a range of physical, mental, social, cultural, technological and artistic activities, off-site events and more formal educational programmes for young people’s personal and social development. Well done Clive!

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