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[MARSKE BADMINTON CLUB] FIVE YEAR PLAN 2005 –2010 REVIEWED ON 5 TH MAY 2005 AT CLUB AGM Mission Statement To provide a sustainable Community Badminton structure/club in East Cleveland, to enable player development and enjoyable badminton to be played at all levels for all ages. The Team

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[MARSKE BADMINTON CLUB]

FIVE YEAR PLAN

2005 –2010

REVIEWED ON 5TH MAY 2005 AT CLUB AGM


Mission Statement

  • To provide a sustainable Community Badminton structure/club in East Cleveland, to enable player development and enjoyable badminton to be played at all levels for all ages.


The Team

  • Paul Young – Chair.

  • Dave Knights – Club Development officer.

  • Paul Hensby – Yorkshire League rep.

  • Gordon Wanless – Vets rep.

  • Norma Hensby – Vets rep.

  • Gary Widdowson – Match secretary.

  • Claire Winspear – Treasurer.

  • Gareth Jones

  • Gordon Henderson


Market Summary

  • The club have embraced the “Big club” strategy as per the Badminton Association of England study. The aim is to build a model to achieve a total Community Badminton structure in East Cleveland.


Competition

  • Other sports and interests.

  • We have the following advantages :-

    • Established adult & junior clubs.

    • Mature and progressive club structure.

    • Competitive play opportunities at various levels.

    • Access to senior national Coach, plus 5 level 2 coaches and 5 level 1 coaches active in the club set up.


Goals & Objectives (year 1)

  • Year 1 goals

    • Increase total club membership to 200+.

    • Secure courts for years 2 & 3 at Loftus & Bydales , or consider alternatives.

    • Achieve sustainability for vets club.

    • Investigate ladies only and social sections.

    • Agree way forward for obtaining our own badminton facility.

    • Recognise & Celebrate clubs 25th Birthday

    • Appoint an Equity officer.


Goals & Objectives (5 years)

  • To be one of the top 10 Badminton Clubs in England.

  • To have made progress to owning clubs own badminton facility.

  • To have a club membership of 250+.

  • To have links with 5 other clubs Nationally / Internationally.

  • To examine and implement as appropriate :-

    • Local Initiatives (Tees Valley Sport & TVBDO)

    • National (Badminton England & Sport England)


Achievements in last 12 months

  • Junior Club gained Clubmark accreditation.

  • Club nominated by Badminton England for Sports Club of the Year.

  • Senior Club gained Clubmark accreditation.

  • Dave awarded runner up in Yonex Volunteer of the Year Award.

  • Junior members represented Yorkshire & Durham

  • 4 Members gained Level 1 coaching award.


Achievements in last 12 months

  • Junior Section started at Guisborough.

  • Links established with Bydales School & Laurence Jackson school.

  • Veterans section started at Bydales School on a Sunday evening.

  • Increased total membership to around 180 across all sections.


Resource Requirements

  • Short term facilities availability

  • Long term purpose built facility.

  • Management Team requirements

    • Financial short and long term models.

    • Short and long term promotion of Club

    • Project management, initiative planning.

  • External requirements

    • Guidance and support from Badminton England, TVS, TVBDO, Redcar & Cleveland sport & leisure


Key Issues

  • Near term

    • Availability of facilities for sustained growth.

    • Funding for growth & coaching / development.

    • Continued development of coaches and players.

  • Long term

    • Funding for purpose built badminton facility.

    • Player development and success for increasing the profile of the club.


Conclusions

  • There is a commitment from the club for development and growth.

  • Management team needs clear direction of goals and milestones.

  • Obtaining a suitable purpose build facility is key to long term success.


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