Fundraising for the Community
Edgworth Cricket & Recreation Club
provides a valuable service to the people of Edgworth
and surrounding areas. We host many sporting events in
and around the club and have plans to expand the sports
and services we offer to the community. Some of these
ideas are listed below. We would like your
feedback on the plans for EC&RC.
Ideas For EC&RC Expansion for
Some of the ideas put forward as potential projects for
the future, obviously money is an overriding
factor which prevents some of these being actioned. If
you would like to suggest any projects, please contact
us using the form below.
- New Club Changing Rooms - Allow for
male/female and childrens changing facilities.
- Tennis Club - creation of an Edgworth
- Floodlit Tennis/Football -
Changing the tennis courts into a floodlit
artificial surface allowing for tennis and 5 a side
- Permanent Cricket Nets - Creation
of a permanent cricket nets situated in the scorebox
- Better Parking Facilities - A new
floodlit tarmac'd car park
- Improved Seating - improve the seating
around the ground, then existing benches are
becoming old and broken.
- Improved Security - steel roller
shutter over rear fire door.
- Sensor Floodlights - over
outside store area and over the changing room area
|We need your help
As mentioned, if you would like to suggest an entry
onto this list, please fill in the form below.
There are hundreds if not thousands of grants available
for projects big and small. It would be great if some
members had the time to research grants available and
apply for them on behalf of the club. Please contact me
if you would like to have a go at this and I can supply
you with any information you require.
We also need people to suggest ideas for
fundraising, and help out with fundraising events etc,
if you have some time to help us achieve some of the
projects above, please contact us below..
In the USA, communities fund
the building of new sports grounds and facilities for
their kids and future kids. We however in the UK sit
back and moan that nothing ever happens and blame the
government for doing bugger all.
Isn't it about time we came together as a community and
did it ourselves. If you are in a position to help,
please let us know your thoughts on how we can progress
our community projects and let us know how you can help.