Inclusive Sports Events & Targeted Youth work

We now work alongside AIR who specialise in alternative and inclusive sports events for children and young people.

If you would like us to arrange an exciting sports event for your young people, to celebrate their achievements we will also include some exciting competitions, top prizes and and can provide some of the countries top young riders who AIR3 support.

These events can include a BMXing, Skateboarding or Scooters to showcase and celebrate the young people’s talents.

The founder of AIR3 – Matt Davey[/caption]Matt is the founder of AIR3 and is Calm Farm’s senior facilitator for all sports inclusion activities with children and young people. He has been skating for over 20 years and has coordinated over 50 alternative sports events for children and young people.
He has also taught young people how to skate over the years including students at Sussex Coast College in Hastings.

Matt is a fully qualified youth and community worker and has 10 years experience of managing projects and working within detached youth work. Matt has a very high success rate and has won six awards for his youth work and nominated for seven.

Matt specialises in working with the hard to reach young people.

Click here to watch the Batte of Hastings skate event

The Talented Young People AIR3 Sponsor

Skateboarder – Oakley Liddell

OakleyOakley is in the top ten half pipe skaters in the UK and attends many AIR3 events to support the young people and give them tips on their skating ability.

Click here to watch some of Oakleys skate tricks

Click here to watch more about Oakley

BMXer – Jordan “Hyper J” Aleppo

JordanJordan is 18 years old, from Behill-on-Sea and has been riding for about five years.
He has been to many AIR3 events to showcase his talent and is a great role model for the young people. He currently rides for Federal Bikes, Joe Tek and Seventies Distribution and his most influential rider of all time is Dan Lacey.

Jordan has appeared in many local news papers for his BMX skills and achievements.

Click here to watch some of Jordans BMX skills

Calm Farm & AIR3 are supporting fundraising for Phase 2 of Hastings White Rock skate park.

Targeted youth work

AIR3 can also provide targeted detached youth work, centre based youth work, residential work, street gang work, community cohesion projects, intergenerational work and guidance on facilities.

Whatever your requirement regarding young people between 10-25 years, we will design you a fit for purpose solution that involves placing the young people at the centre of the intervention with their consent.

Testimonials

‘I was really pleased with the competitions, they were the highlight of the day. Some of the young people were on site at 9:30am in anticipation. The competitions were well run, with pace, and provided stimulating entertainment for adults and young people’.
Graham Morrow – Resident Involvement Manager, AmicusHorizon – Sussex Region

Feedback from the community after the local skate event was that is was fabulous day and really well organised (thanks to Calm Farm & AIR3) it will really help the plight of the Forums campaign to get a new skatepark. The event made front page of the Sussex Express. Thank you
Denton Island Youth Centre – New haven

“Thank you for the amount of dedication, commitment, professionalism, informal education, and enjoyment you give to so many people”
Matt Dunkley, Director of Children’s Services, East Sussex County Council

Matt Davey – Sports Personality, Hastings Achievers Awards 2010 “You should be proud of your well-deserved award” for improving alternative sports facilities for young people.
Amber Rudd MP, Hastings & Rye

“Dear Matt, I should write to you express our appreciation of your involvement and how you have helped to develop the project so that it will be of greatest benefit to the young people of the town…I cannot stress how important your contributions have been”
Martin Etchells, Head of Leisure , Hastings Borough Council