LiveWire has announced an inspiring addition to its ‘Back on Track’ initiative for young people in Warrington.
Braydon Bent, the well-known presenter from Sky News FYI programme and football’s youngest pundit and vlogger, has joined hands with LiveWire to become an ambassador for this empowering project.
The ‘Back on Track’ initiative is all about providing young people, ages 10-16 years, with a supportive and nurturing environment where they can freely express their feelings, face their challenges, and aspire to become the best versions of themselves. This initiative aims to break the cycle of negativity and apathy that can impact the lives of our youth.
An inspiring addition to the project
Braydon Bent, with his dynamic presence on Sky News FYI programme, has captured the hearts of audiences across the UK. The FYI programme, known for its engaging content and insightful discussions, airs every Saturday and Sunday at 10.30 am. Braydon’s involvement adds an inspiring dimension to the ’Back on Track’ project.
Paul Flannery, Community Sports Development Manager, expressed his enthusiasm for Braydon’s involvement, saying, “It’s great news that Braydon is working with us to support the Back on Track scheme.
“This project has the potential to make a significant difference in the lives of young people in Warrington who are struggling with negative experiences and emotions.
“By using sport, positive activities, and mentoring, LiveWire’s youth sport, listening, and mentoring project can break the cycle of negativity and apathy, giving young people the opportunity to develop the skills, confidence, and resilience they need to build a happier, healthier, and more prosperous future.”
Nurturing and guiding young talent
Braydon’s dedication goes beyond the media spotlight. He has enthusiastically embraced the role of ambassador for LiveWire’s Back on Track mentoring sessions, a project dedicated to nurturing and guiding young talents. As an ambassador, Braydon will actively participate in group sessions, offering his insights and experiences to inspire and support the next generation.
With over 111,000 followers on Instagram and a growing presence on various social media platforms, Braydon’s influence extends far beyond the television screen. His commitment to education, mentorship, and community engagement is evident in his decision to support and participate in LiveWire’s Back on Track mentoring sessions.
Open invitation to parents and guardians interested in the project
Sessions for parents and guardians to learn more about the Back on Track initiative are held on Wednesdays at Orford Jubilee Neighbourhood Hub in the library from 4.30 pm to 5.30 pm. For further information about these sessions, please contact Paul Flannery at email@example.com.
The ‘Back on Track’ initiative is a testament to LiveWire’s commitment to empowering young minds and providing them with the tools and opportunities to become the best versions of themselves.