The Kickz scheme was launched seven years ago, by then-Prime Minister Tony Blair. Watch the video to see how Chris Paxton reported it back in 2006.
Kickz in London
To date, 67,928 unique young people have been engaged across the country, of which 34,247 (50.4%) were from London based clubs.
Nationally, each young person has engaged for an average of 76 contact hours to date – London’s average is slightly higher at over 81 hours
- In 2012 11,599 young people attended Kickz projects in London during the 12 month, each for an average of 34 hours.
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