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  • These are the dates for ECB CricketForce weekend – please communicate with all clubs though that they should register immediately and planning should start as soon as possible and for some ‘events/projects’ work will need to start now. Those that plan early and plan well, will reap the rewards. If a club is not, for any reason, able to carry out work or gather volunteers over this weekend – it doesn’t matter, they can still register, even if they are doing the work at another time.
  • ECB CricketForce is much more than the above, but essentially it addresses upgrading facilities and engaging more volunteers into cricket – see Slide 5 for what else it could mean…
  • Don’t take our word for it – see the Case Studies of clubs that have walked the walk, made huge strides forward and have worn their T-Shirts with pride. Read about the legacy this self-help has left and the rewards they are continuing to reap - www.ecb.co.uk/cricketforce
  • Never before have England, County and former England and County Players got involved in a grassroots initiative to this extent. This initiative has seen a massive increase in the number of all the partners mentioned above getting involved for the benefit of grassroots cricket…and it’s not just about a weekend every year…the legacy it can leave can mean huge rewards – see the Case Studies on www.ecb.co.uk (suggest have some copies to distribute)
  • Local basis questions
  • Suggest that you have some copies of all vital materials to distribute. They are all available to download from the website now!
  • Not sure where this fits in?
  • Do clubs need them???
  • Introduce yourself and county VC if there – quick background to V team – introduce young people to volunteering, support clubs volunteering structure etc Outcome of the session is to help clubs understand the vCricket process and see how it can help them increase their volunteer base.
  • Important for clubs to understand what “we” as a V team are doing and where they fit into things and helps simplify the process. This is the ECB’s commitment to helping its volunteers. This slide is important because the group should now understand the role and why its important for a club to have one. Highlight that the game is ran by over 63,000 volunteers but less than 12% are aged 16 – 25 Highlight what the vCricket awards are and what is available to young people. Explain the importance of the VC understanding what motivates young people and that they will be required to sign off the hours cards. The games most valuable asset are the volunteers and so they need the most support and coordinating and we are going to help make this happen Feb 2010 The corporate version is useful, could this be blown up to A3 and laminated and put on the wall? Useful source of reference that is constant. Equally postcards on the table are useful hand held prompts. This version though paints a simpler picture of the process and can be shared succinctly. Feb 2010 3 to 4 mins Be clear that you do not give too much information. This is an overview. Adopt the whole part whole approach knowing that you will go into more detail at each stage throughout the workshop. At this stage key messages to share are: Inspiring the next generation of volunteers. V cricket is a programme that can be used by all cubs regardless of size and stature to help them recruit, retain and reward volunteers and so improve the club. The purpose of this workshop is to bring to life the various stages to ensure that you are as informed as you can be in order to implement this or elements of this back at your club. In order to help you do this there will be support lent from the v co-ordinator. Right at the end of the workshop opportunity to revisit what support they need. Nice time to introduce the VC at this stage. In delivering this think about how you can provide 3 or 4 minutes of engaging ‘red’ tell. Use variation in tone and voice to emphasie and reinforce key points, move around the room and change the focus between you and the screen, case studies/ examples, signpost to photos, ask them rhetorical questions to get their head thinking about their own club. Aim here is to sow some seeds and nurture these throughout the workshop when you collectively dive into the detail.

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  • 1. Gloucestershire Club Seminar – 18 th January 2011 David Leighton – ECB Club Programmes Manager Ally Jarvis – ECB Regional ‘V’ Manager Chris Whitaker – ECB Regional Funding and Facilities Manager Steve Silk – Gloucestershire Cricket Development Manager Trevor Crouch – Board Chairman
  • 2. Overview
    • Welcome and Introduction –Steve Silk, GCB. David Leighton, ECB.
    • Grounds to Play – ECB Strategy 2010 -2013 – David Leighton
    • Fundraising and NatWest CricketForce – David Leighton
    • Building on Your Volunteer Base – Ally Jarvis
    • Developing a Project from Concept to Completion – Chris Whitaker
    • Your Club and the County Board (What Next?) – Steve Silk
    • Q and A - All
  • 3. Club events and courses supported by GCB in 2010
    • 7 x UKCC Level 1; 2 x UKCC Level 2; 1 x Club Coach
    • 1 x Young Umpires course
    • 4 x Cricket for Teachers courses
    • 7 x Young Leaders Courses
    • 1 x Working in Schools course
    • 5 x Umpires Courses
    • 3 Scorers Courses
    • SKY SPORTS coaches reward event at Sophia Gardens & Lords
    • NatWest OSCA finalists trip to Lords
    • First Aid, Child Protection & Time to Listen courses
    • New Youth Cricket Leagues (both boys and girls)
    • 11 Chance to shine projects
    • Disability Cricket festivals
    • School and Club competitions
    • NatWest CricketForce events
    • Club Development Seminars
    • vCricket Workshops
  • 4. Here to help your club……
    • Steve Silk – Cricket Development Manager
    • Overall Development, Strategic Planning, County Board Liaison, Workforce Development, Facilities & Funding, Partnerships, Coach Education Planning.
    • Ross Farrer – Cricket Development Officer (Gloucester & FOD)
    • Lisa Pagett - Cricket Development Officer (Women and Girls)
    • Adam Jones – Cricket development Officer (Boys Performance)
    • Eric Woodmason – Cricket Development Officer (C2s & Coach Ed)
    • Chris Munden – cricket Development Officer (Disability & Bristol)
  • 5. Grounds to Play – ECB Strategic Plan 2010-2013
    • Key points for Grassroots Cricket:
    • Enhanced investment in Facilities and Coaching
    • Expansion of NatWest CricketForce
    • Continued investment in the England and Wales Cricket Trust to provide the Interest Free Loan Scheme for Clubs
    • Continued investment in Chance to Shine
    • Investment in Indoor Cricket facilities
    • £6million grant scheme for Clubs
    • Available at www.ecb.co.uk
  • 6. ‘ Inspiring the Nation to choose cricket’ More volunteers, better facilities
  • 7. 8 th , 9 th and 10 th April 2011 More volunteers, better facilities
  • 8. What is it? – More Volunteers, Better Facilities NatWest CricketForce is a self help cricket club event which offers a varieties of benefits to build a legacy within cricket. NatWest CricketForce is an opportunity to rejuvenate and improve facilities (pavilions and grounds), engage with the local community attracting new volunteers, and encouraging people to play a more active role in their club, all for the benefit and long term future of grassroots cricket.’
  • 9. Why clubs/County Boards do it? recruit volunteers grows membership grow community partnerships revitalises run down pavilions and grounds increases revenue dramatically creates a hub for the community unites the club excites members to get involved grows community partnerships develops sponsorships boosts morale – big time
  • 10. Partnerships Strengthened ECB, vCricket, Cricket Clubs, Businesses, Volunteers, Government, County Boards, England and County Cricket Club Players, County Cricket Clubs, PCA, Education Network, Local Authorities, Construction Colleges, Media, EWCT, Probation Service, Community Groups and many more….
  • 11. What other clubs have achieved through NatWest CricketForce
    • Junior membership has grown by 35% in two months
    • United all sections of our club and we found some great project leaders
    • £20,000 worth of materials donated
    • Seven new committed volunteers - Tamworth CC
    • £30,000 worth of skilled labour donated
    • Electricity and Water – ‘what a difference’
    • We have a new pavilion and changing rooms
    • Bar takings, adult teams, volunteers in key roles, hire of facilities, sponsorship – all increased since last year
    • We’ve never had a decent scoreboard - but we have one now!!
  • 12.
    • Daktronics – Electronic Scoreboards
    • Climate Cover – Flat Sheet Covers
    • H & R Johnson Tiles – Tiles and tiling products
    • Autoguide – Autorollers
    • Jacksons Fine Fencing – Timber and security fencing and gates
    • Bowcom – Ground-dryers
    Tangible Benefits Official Business Supporters www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce
  • 13.
    • Wolseley Build Center – All Building materials
    • Easy Score – Portable Scoreboards
    • Dulux - Decorator Centres
    • SISIS – Groundsmans Machinery
    • Poweroll – Pitch Rollers
    • Community Repaint – Heavily discounted paint
    Tangible Benefits Official Business Supporters www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce
  • 14.
    • Quick and easy to change the score
    • Each number scorer replaces 10 hanging numbers and changes easily from 0-9
    • Players and spectators appreciate the high visibility over 80m
    • Unique portable suitcase-style construction
    • Scoreboard is easily carried between pitches and venues and stored after use.
    • Scoreboards can be supplied with a stand or can be hung on a wall or secured to a fence.
    • Larger boards with Batsmen scores available
    Number Scorers can be purchased separately to update an existing board or make your own scoreboard – attach simply to any surface. SPECIAL OFFER Mention this seminar when ordering and get your Club Name FREE! Manual Scoreboards Professional Image at a Great Price
  • 15. Tangible Benefits Official Supporters www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce
    • Synergy Products – Aerators and top dressing machinery
    • Weaver Flooring – All types of floor coverings
    • Durant Sports Ltd – Covers, mobile net cages, sight screens
    • Johnjac Cricket Supplies – Covers, sight screens, mobile net cages
    • Stuart Canvas – Cricket covers and boundary ropes
  • 16. What support is available to Clubs and where can it be found? Help desk: [email_address] Regional Support Officers Online blogs Step- by- Step guide: www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce Vital Materials: www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce What You Can Achieve Top Ten tips Local Media Press Releases Letters to Businesses News Releases Contributors Encouraging Business Volunteers ‘How To’ Re-opening Posters and Post Cards Saying Thank You Case studies: www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce Newsletters: monthly updates www.ecb.co.uk/natwestcricketforce and via e-mail to all registrants
  • 17. DVDs: Use them to inform, build enthusiasm and gain support Step by Step Guide: detailed resource on planning your event Presentation: available to all clubs – cut and paste to suit your needs Posters and Postcards: Available to all clubs. Great way to inform and gain the support of businesses and local community – please distribute around your local community
  • 18. Be Involved posters Be Involved postcards
    • Volunteer Recruitment
    • Posters, postcards, concertina leaflet
    • General volunteering , coaching , groundsmanship , partnerships with schools and local groups
    • CricketForce – opportunity for recruitment
    • Ask your County Board for copies or download from www.ecb.co.uk/beinvolved
  • 19. Register your club now for NatWest CricketForce weekend 8 th , 9th th and 10 th April 2011
  • 20.
    • Fundraising, Fundsaving, Income Generation
    • NatWest Cricket Club Guide
    • NatWest Fundraisers
    • Proposed Fundraising Booklet
    • Business Energy Direct
    • Streamline – Alternative to cash and Cheques
  • 21.
    • Fundraising and Fundsaving Opportunities
    • Construction and Agricultural Colleges
    • Using other organisations/individuals skills and time
    • Green Agenda – Sustainability
    • Fundrazor and Razorlot
    • CASC & Gift Aid
    • Sky TV
  • 22. Building on Your Volunteer Base
  • 23. Recruit Club Volunteer Coordinator (supported by county board) Know Your Volunteers Tool Retention / Reward Recruit New Volunteer Identify Gaps Trained by the V Team New Innovative Ideas Where to recruit from Produce role descriptions CricketForce County & National OSCA’s vCricket Award Certificate Junior Parents Volunteer Bureaus New Ideas ‘ Be Involved’ Players / Members Thank you! Training
  • 24.
    • Cricket Development Officer (volunteering):
    • Ross Farrer
    • 07584 705646
    • [email_address]
    • Regional vCricket Manager:
    • Ally Jarvis
    • 07776 445533
    • [email_address]
  • 25. Developing a Project – Concept to Completion
    • Concept – ideas and aspirations
    • Supported by the whole Club?
    • Forming a sub-committee – mix of skills and experience
    • Common project themes:
      • Pavilion
      • Changing rooms
      • Fine turf – square and outfield
      • Non Turf Practice facilities and match play
      • Social provision
      • Machinery and storage
      • Ancillary equipment – covers, sightscreens etc
  • 26. Developing a project – Feasibility Study
    • Producing a feasibility study is the best way to establish a plan for the project
    • A feasibility study will help with attracting funding
    • It need not cost the earth but some professional fees may be required
    • What to include:
      • Aims and objectives
      • Basic design and costs
      • Project management and professional fees
      • Usage and users – community benefit, other sports, increased participation
      • Maintenance and sustainability
      • Potential funding – funds banked, funds to be raised, grants and loans
      • In kind contributions –labour and/or materials
      • Possible timescales
  • 27. Specific feasibility issues
    • Non Turf Practice
      • Read ECB ‘Guidance note to the provision and installation of Non Turf Pitches and Net cage facilities’
      • Use an ECB Approved Supplier
      • Think carefully about location – orientation, slope, trees etc.
  • 28. Raising Funding
    • Internal fundraising
    • Grants and Loans
      • ECB booklet ‘Sources of Grant Aid and Funding for Cricket Clubs’
      • EWCT Interest Free Loan Scheme
      • Lords Taverners
      • Sport England
      • Local Authority
      • Waste Management Funds – BIFFA, SITA etc
      • Coal Regeneration
    • Writing applications
      • Consider the aims and objectives of the funders
      • Get pre-application advice if possible form the organisations
      • Sell the attributes of the project – community benefits, other sports
  • 29. Executing the project – issues to consider
    • Project management – professional and from the Club
    • Cash flow – managing sources of funding and contractor expectations
    • Timescales
      • Planning Permission
      • Building Regulations
      • CDM regulations
      • Funding applications and restrictions on grants (spending within financial year etc)
      • Seasonal construction requirements
  • 30. Maintaining and Sustaining
    • Projects need to be used
    • Usage should not exceed carrying capacity
    • Maintenance should be budgeted for and built into pricing structure
    • Training for staff should be provided
    • A sinking fund should be established for expected replacement
    • Specialist contractors used where necessary
  • 31. Case Study – Stones Cricket Club, Pavilion Extension
    • The project took 2 years to complete in 2 phases
    • The Club generated over £30,000 of fundraising through Sportsman's Dinners, Auction Evenings, Raise the Roof, Halloween parties, Bonfire nights, Xmas parties, Pig Racing, Band Nights, and Rambles
    • A further £16,000 of grants were raised from sources including Ripponden Parish Council, Calderdale Community Fund and Calderdale MBC
    • Over £35,000 worth of in kind labour and materials were provided – the Club involved the whole community
    • An ECB Interest Free Loan of £15,000 provided the final funding
  • 32. Sources of Advice
    • ECB Regional Funding and Facilities Manager – design consultancy
    • ECB Technical Guidance available at www.ecb.co.uk/techspecs
      • TS4 Fine Turf
      • Guidance Notes for the Provision and Installation of Non Turf Facilities
      • TS5 Pavilions and Clubhouses
      • Developing Your Project
      • Sources of Grant Aid and Funding
    • ECB facilities website www.ecb.co.uk/facilities
    • IOG publications and website www,iog.org
    • Pitch Advisor – Jason Hobbs 07798 743747 jason@hobbs1959.freeserve.co.uk
    • Sport England www.sportengland.org
  • 33. Your Club and the County Board – What Next? NatWest CricketForce 2011! Volunteering Workshops Groundsmans/Umpires/Young Leaders/Coaches/Welfare Officers courses. District Development Groups www.gloucestershirecricketboard.com