If your sports club or group are looking for help and guidance, the information below direct you to a number of helpful sources.
The Funding team at Active Notts and can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org. Please visit the funding pages for the latest funds and guidance on who is eligible to apply. There is also a regular funding e-news, which you can sign up for.
Club Matters is a one-stop-shop for sports clubs and groups. It provides support and guidance on all aspects of running a club whether it is large, small, formal or informal. It offers free, simple support including several interactive tools to help you understand where your club or group could improve.
Everything can be accessed for free with some elements such as the workshops requiring you to register on the site, to do so click here.
The different sections of the Club Matters website include:
Ashfield Voluntary Action
Ashfield Voluntary Action can help you to set up a new group or club, help you to grow your club, help with governance, and help you to develop a plan or strategy to take your club forward. Through AVA you can also advertise volunteer vacancies and get advice on insurance.
Ashfield District Council
Ashfield District Council run a number of events each year. If you would like to get involved, perhaps promote your club or offer some activities please get in touch by e-mail to email@example.com.
Notts Help Yourself
Notts Help Yourself is an online directory that you can use to promote your club or group free of charge. The directory is regularly updated to ensure information is current and is promoted widely across Nottinghamshire.
The Activity Alliance
The Activity Alliance provides support, guidance and resources to help your club to become more inclusive and engage with more disabled people.
Child Protection in Sport Unit (CPSU)
It is vitally important that we ensure children in our care are safeguarded. The CPSU has resources, briefings and guides to help. This includes what to do if you have a concern, self-assessment tools, and policies and procedures you can adapt.
UK Coaching helps new and experienced coaches, mentors, instructors, and activators - anyone within a community that's encouraging others to become active. They offer workshops, training, guidance, insurance and networking opportunities.