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Class of Covid-19: Reflect and Inspire

Class of Covid-19: Reflect and Inspire with Lucy Edwardsre

This year has been like no other, and with so many changes to how we live, study and socialise, students have had a lot to deal with in this first term. Thomas Pocklington Trust’s Student Support Service and LOOK UK have teamed up to host Reflect and Inspire: Student Q&A and Motivational Talk with Lucy Edwards.

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Christmas Quiz and Social 8 Dec with MSSC!

Christmas Quiz and Social 8 Dec with Merton Sport & Social Club

As the global pandemic has put paid to so many gatherings and activities this year, including MSSC’s Christmas social, the closest we’ll come to a festive get-together is the next virtual family quiz on Tuesday 8th December.

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AGM Notice 2020 from Andrew Law – Chairperson

AGM Notice 2020 from Andrew Law - Chairperson

Prior to the Metro AGM on the 27th November, I am providing an update on two items.
I confirm that Carol who is well known and very well-liked by members, staff, trustees and funders, will be leaving her role with Metro as fundraising officer at the end of November 2020. We will say and do more to celebrate Carol’s contribution at the AGM and that we are very close to signing the agreement with TPT, that will be mutually beneficial to both Metro and TPT.

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Free Activity Booklet & Multisport Equipment for Disabled Children

Free Multisport Equipment for Disabled Children / Young People

We want to support families with disabled children to stay active at home over the winter, the initiative is providing an Activity Booklet with over 30 fun, inclusive, engaging activities suitable for all household situations, receive multisport and hockey equipment along with a fantastic t-shirt competition.

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London Youth Games: Virtual Dance Competition!

London Youth Games Virtual Dance Competition

London Youth Games are hosting a secondary dance competition which will be done virtually this year. As previous years schools will record their dance on a smart phone or camera, you just need to make sure it can be uploaded to and the link will have to be emailed to

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