REPRESENTATIVES from the Leyton Orient Community Sports Programme (LOCSP) visited the House of Commons last night for an evening celebrating the Communicating for Success Project.

The project, run in partnership with BT and the Football Foundation, is aimed at building confidence and improving technology skills.

A 12-week programme ran over the summer for 16- to 25-year-olds at the Score Centre in Leyton and culminated in an Olympic-themed sports tournament.

Tony Murphy, LOCSP education officer, Martin Keown, BT Communicating for Success Ambassador and former Arsenal and England defender, Chelsea Ives, LOCSP Participant, and Crimson Tazvinzwa, LOCSP 14-19 Education Manager, met Richard Caborn MP last night to celebrate the project's success.