Trust in Argyle8 Hours ago
COVID-19 may have forced the majority of us to remain in our homes, but the Argyle Community Trust continues to find ways to support the people of the region in their time of need.
Community Support During COVID-1926 March 2020
ARGYLE Community Trust are the official charity of Plymouth Argyle Football Club and being part of our local community is of the utmost importance to us.
Heads Up5 February 2020
Football is coming together this weekend with the ambition to kick off biggest ever conversationaround mental health, as new research shows just one in three football fans regularly talk about mental...
Merry Christmas25 December 2019
WE armed Scott Wootton with a GoPro camera to capture a little festive video from players and staff at the club.
Home Park Sleep Out13 August 2019
THERE is still time to sign up for a night to remember at Home Park in aid of three local charities.
Community Vacancies12 August 2019
ARGYLE Community Trust has a series of vacancies that are available and ready to receive applications.
The Extra Time Hub17 June 2019
ARGYLE are one of just 12 EFL clubs up and down the country to participate in the League’s ‘Extra Time Hub’ scheme – designed to combat loneliness and inactivity among the retired and semi-retired.
Ladies on the Look-Out3 June 2019
PLYMOUTH Argyle Ladies are hosting an open training session for anybody who would like the opportunity to play for them next season.
Phase Two For Manadon26 August 2018
WORK to create a brand new football, cricket and outdoor sports centre for the Manadon and Honicknowle communities is progressing well, with phase two underway and phase three about to start.
Under New Management13 June 2018
ARGYLE Ladies are delighted to announce the new management teams for both First and Development Teams for the 2018-19 season.
Travis Steps Down12 June 2018
FOLLOWING the end of season presentation evening, Plymouth Argyle Ladies manager Travis Rowland has announced he is stepping down from the role.