Join us for the new Hampshire Sports Club Conference this autumn...
£10 per delegate
Aaron Phipps MBE is a gold medal winning Paralympic champion from the Tokyo 2020 games. He plays the brutal, only full-contact disability sport, Wheelchair Rugby aka Murderball. His team went from being 5th in the world to the best on the planet, in the middle of a global pandemic!
He is a keen fundraiser and in 2016 became the first person in the world to scale Kilimanjaro on his hands and knees.
He has been voted in the top 100 most influential people in the UK with a disability.
Two one-hour workshops, on rotation (all delegates will attend both sessions), will focus on helping local sports clubs in Hampshire to become more sustainable and inclusive during challenging times:
Supporting Club Success - a Solent student support showcase
This workshop, brought to you by the team at Solent Uni, will guide clubs over three key areas of club management: Performance, Management and Development. Bring back ideas to work with external organisations to enhance your membership experience from coaching to marketing and community.
Club funding - raising money to sustain your organisation
This workshop, brought to you by Club Matters, a Sport England Lottery funded programme, that provides support to people just like you and your clubs. They will help you leave the evening with strategies to raise money from different sources, the tactics to follow and the best places to look.
- Email: SportWorks@eastleigh.gov.uk