Ruby Williams

Ruby originally joined the programme as part of her Youth & Community Leadership degree course as a staff member. In the end she ended up as a participant and learnt a lot about herself.

I learnt stuff about myself I didn't even know existed. The programme helped me overcome shyness and gave me more confidence.

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Ruby Williams' Journey

Ruby joined the West Ham Street Soccer Academy and then took part in the Street Soccer Cup

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