Capital Kids Cricket

Refugee Cricket


CKC Afghan Refugee Work

Their father, Bahawar, worried each time his two sons and daughter left home to play the game they loved because of Taliban bombs and abductions. The 54-year-old former British Army interpreter knew only too well the dangers they faced. Two years earlier another son, Fahim, had been abducted and beaten near the park by the Taliban because of his work for the UK military... Read the full article here:

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CKC’s Refugee Cricket Project

In April 2021, with funding from the City Bridge Trust, we launched our Refugee Cricket Project with regular cricket sessions for young refugees living in and around Waltham Forest. As part of a 5 year project, we aim to expand with sessions for refugee and asylum seekers across London. Refer a refugee or asylum seeker: CKC

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Refugee Camp Cricket

Beginning in late 2018, Capital Kids Cricket have been working with the Alsama Project, a Lebanon based charity, to deliver cricket sessions for the children living at the Shatila and Bekaa refugee camps.

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