Clive by his own admission had a very troubled upbringing and descended into drugs and crime after spells in prison he ended up in Bournemouth and from here is start of anew life began. Volunteering at Nacro from 2005-2009 Clive helped set up football on the Townsend Estate and also worked helping young adults with emotional issues at the Nacro learning centre. Clive is a great example to young people that no matter how tough or bad your life seems you can do something about it. He has patience tolerance and understading. he has talked at national conferences on the power of volunteering to start change for the better and to break the cycle of offending and drug use. Clive found Muay Thai boxing as a way of helping him battle his demons he used to train regularly and ended up fighting at regional events , eventually winning a belt at heavyweight division. he began using muay thai to help other disengaged young people channel their energy and also to understand that violence is not the answer but self discipline and respect are the cornerstone of a man after injury he turned to refereeing fights. Clive has now been working in supported accommodation with young people seeking a safe place to rebuild their lives. Clive has been a key member of a team and is often called on when they face the most challenging cases. A proud father and man, Clive can be described as a gentle giant with a heart of gold and a drive and determination to succeed and be a good parent and role model.