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Space for Girls

Our Space for Girls project creates safe, welcoming hubs in key London communities for women and girls to be physically active. 

The project aims to serve communities with low activity levels by transforming unused and non-traditional spaces into active hubs. 

Space for Girls is a research-led project, with extensive community voice involved within its planning. Consortia of local communities and teenage girls were consulted to ensure the activities on offer were of interest to the target audience, and that the location of the projects were deemed safe and accessible.

Highlighted Projects


With thanks to The Pimlico Foundation

Roller skating has recently taken off within London, particularly during Covid where people were looking for a fun new form of exercise. The girls at this project are taught the basics of wheel control, balance, routines and safety. 

Alongside Roller Skating, cycling training to allow girls to get out on their bikes together and feel confident on the roads. 


In partnership with Decathlon


Located in Surrey Quays, the flagship Decathlon store hosts one of our Space for Girls hubs. Sessions on offer for young women include dancing and boxing, both of which are extremely popular and hold waiting lists highlighting the popularity of the scheme.


With thanks to the Black Prince Trust in Lambeth

We offer home equipment kits at various projects across London, with the additional option of regular check in and group activities being run at various hubs including the Black Prince Trust. 

These kits include access to Les Mills workout videos, alongside equipment to do these and suitable fitness wear.

Project Overview