In loving memory of ian robinson

It is with great sadness that we must announce some of the most heart breaking news we have ever had within our Rampworx family. Ian Robinson, our leader, project director and dear friend has passed away after a short battle with cancer.

Ian was full of life and the most wonderfully positive person to be around. He had an impact on so many peoples life over the 20+ years that Rampworx has existed. He would always provide support, advice and guidence to anyone who walked through our doors.

With continued support we will ensure that Ian’s legacy lives on through Rampworx, its staff and all of its users. He was one of the greatest men that we have all ever known and we where proud to his called him “Boss”.

Each year, Rampworx helps over 1000 young people to access a range of FREE projects around sport, health, obesity, sexual health, bullying, crime and anti social behavior and racism.

Our goal is to help as many young people aged 5 to adulthood enjoy a range of sports, whilst learning valuable life skills and engaging in fun activities, such as photography, dance, music and art projects.

We have over 30 young volunteers helping us to deliver coaching sessions, organise events, mentor young people and help with retail and administration of the facility.

Since 1997, we have helped over 10,000 young people access a whole host of projects that improve their health, well being, self confidence and employment opportunities.

Fact : It costs Rampworx over £3500 per week to remain open. Every penny we raise keeps our facility open, helping over 1000 young people per week to enjoy the sports they love in a safe, structured environment.

Your can donate today and help these young people continue to develop, learn and progress.

Please help us to continue to make a difference. Donate today!