Supporting Halo Leisure's resident community clubs
Sports clubs like yours have a major and often quite magical impact on their members and the community where they live. Here at Halo’s Club-links, in collaboration with our main partner Bridgend County Borough Council, and other partners, we want to do everything we can to support that work, support you - with funding, recruitment, marketing and advice on other issues (be it GDPR or health and safety) that clubs like yours have to manage.
Ready To Go?
Here’s some ways we can work together to get more people more active more often...
1. A Quick Health Check...
We’re working with Sport Wales on this one and dozens of clubs have already completed this health check and are now accessing our guidance and advice to secure funding and other support.
Clubs like Ogwr Indoor Bowling Club who have already made successful Community Chest funding applications (see their story below).
This is not an accreditation tool but about accessing the free support available to help your club.
5 things you need to know about your quick Sport Wales health check...
The assessment - 22 easy questions - links you into Sport Wales’ Club Solutions portal and a brilliant tool to help you and your committee think about what your club does well and what support you need to achieve your ambitions for improvement.
This is NOT an accreditation tool, and there are NO wrong answers. This is about getting you the support you need rather than rating what you do.
It can take just 15 minutes, though some clubs have found it a useful starter for discussion at committee level and spent longer working on it.
Ideally you’ll complete it as a team (with key committee members) - either all in one go or one theme at a time according to your own timetable. It focuses on management, members, finances, facilities and promotion.
When you’re done you can download the report, share it with Club-links coordinator email@example.com and we’ll support you by tailoring advice and workshops, based on your answers.