Young people have got behind the camera to shoot a documentary on the history of QPR Football Club.
Twenty people aged 16 to 24 who are not in education, employment or training (NEETs) have been selected to produce a film, podcast, soundtrack and website, helping them gain skills in filmmaking and media.
The Heritage Lottery Funded has gifted £52,300 towards the project, which will support two paid jobs roles.
Serena Williamson, project manager, said: “For all the young people who get involved in the project, it is a chance to grow and develop as individuals through helping to tell the fascinating story of the QPR heritage in really engaging, creative and varied ways.”
Filming for the documentary started last week when youngsters filmed QPR in the Community’s Extra Time club for over 60s, who took part in a salsa class at the Loftus Road stadium.