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Future Coaching Development Print
Sparkhill Harriers is currently seeking to develop the coaching capacity and support within the club for both senior and junior members.  Several of our seniors have undertaken courses with England Athletics and Craig and Barry are currently working towards achieving the Coach in Running Fitness qualification.
On the junior side of the club several parents and senior members have expressed an interest in undertaking the training course to qualify as Junior Coach Assistants. This will involve two days of training provided by England Athletics.  It is intended that the club will pay for this training as an investment in our future development with those of us qualifying as Junior Coach Assistants agreeing to help out Dave and Ambrose on one or two evenings per month (as is currently done on an informal basis by several parents).  This qualification will also provide a stepping stone to further training to become a fully-qualified coach in the future should you wish to develop further.
Rob Mills is in contact with England Athletics and the Birmingham Athletics Network to arrange possible future dates and venues for the training: it is anticipated that we will be able to arrange for the training to be delivered locally.
You can view details of the coaching assistant award and the various development pathways here .
We hope to train up to a dozen or so parents/seniors.
Please contact Rob if you are interested in taking up this opportunity.
New NHS Sports Medicine Clinic Print

We have been informed of a new sports medicine clinic offered by the NHS at QE hospital. It is free and requires only a referral from your GP. A flyer with more details can be found here .

AGM, 24th September 2012 - Red Lion, Shirley Print
Notice is hereby given that :

The 110th AGM will be held at The Red Lion, Public House – rear function room on Monday 24th September 2012 at 7.30 pm

Agenda can be viewed here

Please note that there will be a prize draw on the evening.

Prizes are one senior and one junior annual membership.

You need to attend on the evening to enter the draw

Treasurer wanted Print

Due to work relocation we are sad to announce that, after a number of years in the position, Andy Carroll  is stepping down as treasurer at the next AGM. We are therefore looking for someone to take on this position. As far as I know it does not involve dealing with money on a day to day basis but broadly looking after  the clubs accounts. I'm sure Andy would be happy to answer any queries on what the role involves. If anyone is interested in helping the club by taking up the position then please contact Rob Mills (secretary) or Gavin Kidman (chairman).

The club is what its members make it.

Have you ever looked enviously at other clubs fancy kit? Well no need to covet their kit anymore, as we now have a fantastic range of Sparkhill Harriers casual wear for you to wear you club colours with pride!


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