Clubmark for Angling
UPDATE - 16/07/15:
Clubmark for Angling Trust clubs has now been replaced by Fishmark
Read more HERE
What is Clubmark?
Sport England's Clubmark is a cross-sport accreditation for sports clubs with junior sections in recognition of being a quality club.
Clubmark has been introduced to provide a focus around which national governing bodies, Sport England, Sports Coach UK, Child Protection in Sport Unit, County Sports Partnerships, English Federation of Disability Sport, Women's Sports Foundation, Sporting Equals and Local Authorities recognise good practice in sports clubs working with children and young people.
Clubmark for Angling is the Angling Trust's accreditation scheme for clubs. It is a national recognition of clubs that demonstrate they are working towards minimum operating standards.
Why do Clubmark for Angling?
Clubs achieving the Clubmark for Angling Award are:
- recognised as working towards providing a safe, effective and child friendly angling environment
- being recognised and chosen by County Sports Partnerships, Local Authorities and the Environment Agency as clubs with which to work and support
- more able to gain access to additional funding opportunities
- sending a clear message to parents that the needs of children have been thoroughly considered and addressed
How does your club get involved in Clubmark for Angling?
For further information email:
Alternatively download the Clubmark application form here, complete it & return to:
Angling Trust Development, Strelley Hall, Main Street, Strelley, Nottingham NG8 6PE
For further information on Clubmark visit the national website here