The Wickers Charity invited to Flip Out
Knight Architects raising funds for the Wickers Charity
The Wickers Charty had been invited to Flip Out in East Ham for part of the summer programme, thirty five young people attended and had the most amazing exeriences on all that had been on offer.
A great read here from the Newham Recorder https://links2017.precise.co.uk/batchpdfs/bd49253b-790b-44bf-9141-4f2ed40c6223.pdf
Tokio Marine support The Wickers
Knight Architects is one of the world’s leading specialist bridge architects with projects throughout the world, many in London.
A special visit from an NFL star
Tokio Marine are committed to creating a brighter future for young people in Hackney and have even planned their first fundraiser…
Award winning dance lessons with Eric Underwood
We were honoured to welcome Super Bowl star, Jay Ajayi, to The Hub earlier this month…
Careers evening hit at Nike
In April, award winning ballet dancer and model, Eric Underwood, came to The Hub to teach us some moves…
The Wickers announce Flag Football with the NFL
We partnered with Out Runners in April to host a hugely successful careers evening at The Nike Factory Store…
Henry Smith Mount Vinson Challenge hits the USA
We’re excited to announce that The Wickers has been selected to participate in a pilot NFL Flag Football programme…
A diary of Henry's 10 day climb in Antarctica...
Kert Platner and Robby Sturgeon of Dallas, Texas, USA understand the great work the Wickers Charity are doing to help reduce London Knife Crime.
Henry Smith to climb Mount Vinson for The Wickers
Henry Smith has completed his epic 10 day climb of Mount Vinson in Antartica, read his diary excerpts to find out how he made it…
Jake Day Raises Funds for the Wickers Charity
Our founder, Henry Smith, is preparing to travel to Antarctica to climb the continent’s highest peak. Our founder, Henry Smith, is preparing to travel to Antarctica to climb the continent’s highest peak.
The Wickers feature on BBC News
Jake Day a Wickers Charity Youth Worker set out to raise funds for the charity. Jake invited all his friends and family to the Moth Club in Hackney where he supplied them with a Jamaican dinner and desert.
On Thursday 8th November BBC News interviewed The Wickers to understand how communities are tackling gang related crime in London.