In its ongoing effort to support local good causes UKBiz.TV recently filmed a great evening of boxing organised by the West Bletchley Boxing Club.
The WBBC was set up by Lee Smith who is a Police Constable with the Thames Valley Police. It’s aim is to encourage youngsters to join the club and to stop them from hanging around the local shops and streets, where they may succumb to anti- social behavior.
Each person is signed up to an ‘Acceptable Behavior Contract’ and this helps create a positive relationship between the Police and young people.
Here is a video from our YouTube Channel playing some exciting matches:
Another local charity we have supported is Horizon Sports Club. Horizon is a registered charity which provides a unique after school sports club in Buckinghamshire which offers special needs children the opportunity to develop both physically and socially through the enjoyment of sport.We were commissioned to film the 500th student volunteer.
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This is a great article posted by Aygul Zagidullina on the Smashing Magazine website which goes on to provide lots of examples.