The Club Development Scotland newsletter is a monthly newsletter produced to support community sport groups in achieving their aims and objectives through the facilitation of best practice and services.

Club Development Scotland September Newsletter

Welcome to our September update.

The following newsletter contains news and updates from the world of community sports clubs including details of our new support for clubs seeking to grow their revenue through grant funding. 

It also features some great stories highlighting and promoting the hugely positive role sports clubs continue to play within their communities, helping tackle a range of societal issues, including a story about how table tennis is helping reduce reoffending in Brighton.

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An update of what is happening in our world and beyond.

Club Development Scotland now offer support with grant funding

We're pleased to announce we are now offering clubs the opportunity to benefit from ongoing support with a range of services including:

  • Funding
  • Partnerships
  • Impact
  • Capacity Building
  • Facility Development
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Club Development Scotland become title sponsors of Community & Co-operative League

We are pleased to announce we are the title sponsors of the Glasgow Community & Cooperative League for the 2019/2020 season, which kicked off last weekend. 

We strongly believe in the unique power of sports clubs to affect wider social and community change and are delighted to support a league in which so many diverse impactful clubs compete and co-operate for the greater good.

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Invest in Wider Benefits of Sport, Homeless World Cup Founder

Mel Young, the president of the Homeless World Cup called on governments to invest more in sport “in its widest context”.

“Sport has power to change lives. The Homeless World Cup is a clear example of how that happens”

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Prison Violence Falls By 83% Thanks To Table Tennis

An article has highlighted sports' ability to reduce reoffending, inside & out of prison, studying the work of HMP High Down in Surrey in partnership with Brighton Table Tennis Club coaches. Figures showed violent behaviour fell by 83% among attendees. 

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Funding Opportunities

Seeking funding? Check out these opportunities. Equally, get in touch about the on-going support we can offer your club.

Magic Little Grants

This fund gives local charities and community groups the chance to apply online for a £500 grant to deliver projects across Great Britain that encourage people to be physically active. Successful projects will support and inspire people to participate in sports or exercise with the primary aim of improving the physical health of participants.

Read more and apply

Cash 4 Clubs

Cash 4 Clubs is a sports funding scheme which gives clubs a chance to apply for grants to improve facilities, purchase new equipment, gain coaching qualifications, and generally invest in the sustainability of their club. They will accept written or video applications, so now is your chance to be creative and stand out from the crowd! 

Read more and apply

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