ST PAUL’S BOXING ACADEMY CIO – A look at Corporate Social Responsibility at work in the heart of Hull and East Yorkshire

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St Paul’s Boxing Academy, North Church Side, Hull, HU1 1RP

Leaders from a wide range of local businesses and professions are rallying round to offer support worth tens of thousands of pounds to keep the legacy of a Hull Boxing club alive. 
This is a golden opportunity to come and join them and other members of the business community for this informal networking event over a drink and nibbles. 
You will also have the opportunity to meet our inspirational coaches and see them in action.

Founded in 1948, St Paul’s Boxing Academy, based in a gym on Church Side, next to Hull Minster right in the heart of Hull city centre, continues to turn out champions of the sport including Olympic Gold Medallist Luke Campbell and Commonwealth lightweight title holder Tommy Coyle.

Even more importantly, St Paul’s has produced hundreds of ‘champions in life’, setting young people - including those with behavioural or learning difficulties and from disadvantaged or troubled backgrounds - on the path to success in life.


A key element of your event submission. Who will gain from attending this event and what could the take away from it? 

If you are interested in gaining greater leverage in your corporate social responsibility activities this event will give a living example of how this can be achieved. 

If you are interested in shaping the future of our city - creating opportunities for young people to become champions in life, in business, in the work place or in our community – then this event is for you.

Come and visit Hull’s ‘foundry of champions’ and meet the Trustees, our development partners and our inspirational coaches on this special night.


Telephone number and email for the individual coordinating your event – or details of where people can book online.

To register please contact

If you require further information please contact John Rutherford on 07802 872102

We look forward to seeing you!

Gary Pepper