Clubs are the heart and soul of gymnastics in Wales. Clubs currently deliver gymnastics to over 25000 people with many providing employment opportunities to those from their local communities.
Our clubs are vibrant and inclusive with many gaining a variety of club standards and recognitions for the work they do. Whether you would like to start, develop or try something new, please utilise our club support systems below or contact email@example.com .
Your Development Officer can support you with information and provide advice on grant applications.
Welsh Gymnastics run funding please enquire with firstname.lastname@example.org. This includes Be Gymnastics, Be Preschool, Access Gymnastics and Workforce Bursaries.
1.Gymnastics Rewards – all of your members will have access to the rewards platform.
2.Your dedicated Development Officer
3.Talk to Business Wales. The Business Wales helpline number is 03000 603 000.
4. Visit our insurance page Welsh Gymnastics (watkindavies.com) for information on legal advice and support and claims
5.Talk to Opus Safety – email@example.com for advice and support on Health and safety and risk assessments
6.Welsh Sports Association – 02920 334 972 are offering clubs support, regular updates and webinars.
7.DAS Law operate a free 24-7 counselling helpline for all members over 18. Any information shared will remain strictly confidential between DAS Law and the member. 0117 934 2121
Any club registered with Welsh Gymnastics have a responsibility and play a role in keeping everyone within their environment safe. People should know what the club has in place to keep people safe and what to do if they have any concerns.
1.British Gymnastics Foundation: Love 2 Move Programme https://britishgymnasticsfoundation.org/lovetomove/ . This partnership offers an age and dementia friendly seated gymnastics programme which is transforming the lives of people living with dementia.
2.StreetGames‘ mission is to mobilise the power of sport and physical activity to improve the lives of all disadvantaged children and young people in Wales and the communities they live in. They provide advice, training and programme support.