Hereford Roller Girls Recruitment Drive Starts Tuesday 7th April

HRG Recruitment April          Horror Bulls

With the Hereford Roller Girls Noobie Programme the club is looking to build on the success of the Bulls with the next recruitment intake, which starts on Tuesday 7th April. As well as looking for the next crop of talent to boost the Horror Bulls squad, the club aims to develop their referee and non-skating official team and develop a men’s team.
For more details, visit herefordrollergirls.co.uk

 

The IBSA European Blind Football European Championships 2015

The IBSA Blind Football European Championships 2015 will be held at thePoint4 at the Royal National College for the Blind from 22-29 August 2015

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This event will take place from 22 – 29 August 2015 at thePoint4, the international standard facilities of RNC (Royal National College for the Blind). Ten teams will compete to become Champions of Europe. The additional excitement surrounding this event is that only the top two teams will secure a place to compete in the Paralympics in Rio – so there is everything to play for.

Jon Pugh, the Head Coach of the England Team, is a Hereford man. Jon has worked as Assistant Coach for many years, taking over as Head Coach in February 2014. He has not lost a match since and was recently named the FA’s Disability Coach of the Year.  Jon’s team include several players who competed in the Paralympics 2012 and they are increasingly being regarded as a team to watch.

Teams taking part are from England, Germany, Russia, Turkey, France, Spain, Italy, Belgium, Poland and Greece. This is the biggest Euros to date. The teams will stay on campus, in an athletes’ village environment. Volunteers drawn from the local Community and beyond will support the teams, the activities and the spectators

The all weather pitch will be surrounded by stands seating 700+ spectators, and the entry/exit point will take the form of a spectator “street village” with catering, entertainment and Have  A Go opportunities, making this a real family event.  There are 4 or 5 matches each day, and if the pattern of 2010 is repeated, we anticipate that over 9,000 people will view the matches. Children from local primary schools are taking part in a legacy programme and some of them will be our mascots and flag bearers on the opening day.

More information is available and tickets are on sale at www.rnc.ac.uk/blindeuros/

We need over 100 volunteers (or stewards) for this event. If you are over 16 on 20 August and want to get involved please e mail for an application pack to  blindeuros@rnc.ac.uk.

 

 

 

 

Cancer Research UK 5K Race for Life Hereford Racecourse on 14th June 2015

Race for life

Cancer Research UK are hosting Race for Life 5K at Hereford Racecourse on Sunday 14th June 2015

Race start 11.00am. Click on the photo to sign up, its never too late……

 

Central Tupsley Community Group 10K Run Sunday 5th April

Tupsley Easter pub stuff

 

Herefordshire Football Association Football Co-ordinator

Hereford Football AssociationDo you want experience of delivering FA Programmes?    Can you help us develop grassroots football in Herefordshire?

Football Coordinator Summer 2015

The Herefordshire Football Association is passionate about developing grassroots football and is seeking to recruit a Football Co-ordinator to help us do just that.  The successful candidate will be responsible for implementing our vision for football to grow and thrive in Herefordshire.

The successful applicant is likely to be of degree level calibre and have experience in sports/football development. You need to be passionate about and committed to the development of grassroots football. This dynamic individual will be supported by the Football Strategy Manager.

Candidates will have the ability to work at a strategic level with experience of planning and managing projects. Excellent administration, communication and IT skills will be required. This role will give a student an opportunity to develop their practical skills, enhance their CV and gain experience within Football Development delivering FA Programmes.

To apply, please send a CV and covering letter marked ‘Private and confidential’ explaining in 500 words your experience and suitability for the role by emailing Roger.Goodwin@HerefordshireFA.com.

The closing date for applications is: 27/03/2015

If you have not been contacted within 2 weeks of the closing date, please assume that your application has been unsuccessful.

Herefordshire Football Association is committed to equality of opportunity and welcomes applications from all sections of the community. As this role involves direct access to young persons under the age of eighteen, within the context of the job or any subsequently related activities or responsibilities, the successful candidate will undergo a thorough screening process, which will include a Criminal Records Bureau Disclosure, to ensure their suitability for the role.

 

HVOSS Funding Breakfast Tuesday March 3rd

hvoss Funding Breakfast at Saxtys  7.45 – 9.ooam Tuesday March 3rd

Hannah Alcock, Regional Officer for Children in Need  talking about their fund,

the type of projects they like to fund and how much they will fund.

Contact: amelia.quinlan@hvoss.org.uk for details or visit the hvoss website

HVOss Children in Need

 

Club Development Evening 25th March 2015

Club development Evening – March 15 – Hereford

Is your club prepared for the challenges of the modern community sports business environment?

Attend Workshops to Develop, sustain and grow your club on 25th March 6.30 – 9.30pm at Hereford Sixth Form College HR1 1LU

1. Finance & Structure

2. Funding

3. Club Links

Limited number of spaces available for this FREE event confirm your place now:

www.morethansportcoaching.com

 

SPORT ENGLAND Sports clubs get helping hand

Sports clubs are at the heart of community sport – so we want to look after those who run them. That’s why we’ve launched Club Matters – which provides free and practical help to those involved with a grassroots club.

Whether they’re a club chair writing a plan to attract new members, a treasurer managing budgets or a club captain asking existing members what they want, Club Matters can help their clubs to thrive.

Guidance and support

At its core is a simple website with all the essential resources – but it extends way beyond the keypad. Club Matters provides the following support to clubs:

  • Mentoring – Either for long-term support, or just a short call to sound out ideas, Club Matters’ flexible mentoring scheme offers personal support at a time and place to suit.
  • Club Improvement Plans – Online resource for clubs of all sizes and at all stages of their development, to establish where they are performing well and where they can develop.
  • Club Views – A club survey tool helping users to ask members and volunteers what they think about their club, and make suggestions.
  • Clubmark – The nationally-acknowledged accreditation scheme for community sports clubs. As part of Clubmark accreditation, clubs will have the opportunity to request a Club Matters mentor to help them through the accreditation process.
  • Online Support – Help and guidance in all areas of running a sports club. This includes online toolkits, quick reference guides and e-learning modules.

 http://www.sportengland.org/media-centre/news/2015/february/12/club-matters-launches/