Volunteers are vital to the future of the sport. Detailed on this page are links to external organisations who are able to provide assistance to volunteers in clubs and county associations.
Club Leaders provides free training and support to those volunteers within our clubs doing the day-to-day running of the sport. Club Leaders is part of the Olympic Legacy programme, Places People Play, and is being delivered by Pricewaterhouse Coopers (PwC) who are working with Sport England to help improve business skills in clubs by bringing their knowledge and experience to the programme.
To find out more about what’s on offer and how it can help you, and to register your club for free, go to: www.sportenglandclubleaders.com
Registering with Club Leaders will give you access to all of the learning, support and networking opportunities available.
County Sport Partnerships
County Sports Partnerships (CSPs) are networks of local agencies committed to working together to increase participation in sport and physical activity. CSPs will provide dedicated assistance to sports clubs within their area.
To find out details on your CSP go to: www.cspnetwork.org/en/your_csp
Sport England is the government agency responsible for sport. Over the next four years Sport England will invest more than £1billion of National Lottery and Exchequer funding in sport. Sport England also has a role protecting sports provision and must be formally consulted on any planning applications in England that affect playing fields.
Bowls England is officially recognised by Sport England.
To find out details on Sport England go to: www.sportengland.org
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