Monthly Archives December 2014

Volunteers are invited to help make the City of Lincoln 10K on 22nd March, 2015 a successful event. Run For All are working in partnership with the City of Lincoln Council and are currently seeking route marshals, baggage handlers, water operatives and start/finish marshals. Volunteers will work in a team and have direct supervision from a senior marshal on the day.

To find out more, or if you can spare 4 hours of your time on 22nd March and want to get involved register here:

www.runforall.com/volunteer

All profits of the event go to children’s and adult cancer charities, in addition to the thousands of pounds being raised for charities close to each individual runner’s heart. Run For All aim to put on an enjoyable and safe event and would very much like you to be part of the day.

If you require any further information, please contact Holly Button (the Event Assistant) at (0113) 826 7763 or Holly@runforall.com

If you are a coach then you should definitely take the time to familiarise yourself with the support that Lincolnshire Sport provide to coaches in the county. The available funding and resources include:

 

Sport Coaching Bursaries- DEADLINE 31st December

Coaches can apply for up to 50% of the National Governing Body Coach Education course costs, with a maximum of £75 for Level 1, £150 for Level 2, and £200 for Level 3 upwards.

Coaches can also apply for the full course costs of attending generic coach education courses (for example Sports Coach UK Equity in your Coaching, or Safeguarding and Protecting Children) run by Lincolnshire Sport.

Details of the eligibility and bursary requirements can be found here.

 

Specialist Bursaries – DEADLINE 15th December

Women & Girls’ Coach Development Fund

Female coaches aged between 16 and 30 can receive 100% funding for Level 1 and 2 coaching courses. You need to be a member of the Lincolnshire Sport Coach & Instructor Network (which is free!) and agree to volunteer for ten hours during the year after your course.

Lincolnshire Sport Disability Development Fund

Coaches with a disability aged between 16 and 25 can receive 100% funding for Level 1 and 2 coaching courses. You need to be a member of the Lincolnshire Sport Coach & Instructor Network (which is free!) and agree to volunteer for ten hours during the year after your course.

Full details of funding opportunities can be found here.

Everyone who coaches should join the Lincolnshire Sport Coach & Instructor Network so that they hear about opportunities such as these. If you aren’t a member then join now. There’s no excuse not to!

Lincolnshire Sport