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Clubmark Reaccreditation The English Cricket Board (ECB) operates an accreditation system for clubs to ensure that they are meeting the required standards to successfully run a community sports club. Ansty registered with the scheme back in 2003, and was first accredited in 2004, being only the second club in Sussex to achieve Clubmark status. The reaccreditation process demonstrates that Ansty CC is prioritising the welfare and development of all our members and creating a benchmark for inclusive community cricket. Since 2004 Ansty has completed four reaccreditation exercises, in 2007, 2010, 2013 and again in 2017. During the most recent accreditation we were assessed in four different areas - Proactive Leadership and Direction - Welcoming Atmosphere - Inspiring and Diverse Offer - Ensuring every person matters We are very proud to say that we successfully met the criteria for all four different areas at the first time of asking. Our dedicated and passionate management committee continue to work extremely hard to ensure the club continues to provide a high-quality cricket experience for all its members, irrespective of age or ability. Ansty CC recognise that we are more likely to experience future success if the club continues to be well managed and development opportunities are addressed. We are currently focusing upon improving our communication with our members and reaching out to the local community. This is just one example of how we are consistently looking to improve the sporting experience that we already provide. As part of the Clubmark Reaccreditation process, a representative from Sussex Cricket Club provided feedback on the evidence that we submitted. We are very proud to be able to share with you the fantastic feedback that we received. Please take some time to read what Sussex Cricket Club said about our club! Proactive Leadership and Direction The club is well organised, set up and run with a strong development plan angle. The club pro-actively looks towards the future with both the seniors and juniors and constantly seek ideas and thoughts from its membership base. The long-standing committee and treasurer maintain a strong control on the progression of the club Welcoming Atmosphere The club interacts well with the local community and local sports & social club, often combining social activity. The social media communication methods are well used and updated regularly and comprehensively. The club has a range of members from various backgrounds and the club is well resourced to provide opportunity for all Inspiring and Diverse Offer The club has a strong coaching structure, implemented and delivered by a committed and passionate group of coaches and volunteers. The club is in a strong place with their junior section and will look to grow and build numbers again in the coming years, using All Stars as a project area. The club provides ample opportunity for all age groups and abilities within the club and has one of the strongest and best regarded women and girl’s sections in the County. Ensuring Every Person Matters The club has a strong welfare procedure that ensures all relevant safeguarding criteria are met. They are organised with their junior databases and are careful when communicating this and passing it amongst the club coaches/managers. They have a good understanding of their senior membership contacts and relevant information and have a robust and solid incident procedure and risk assessment policy. The club is in a great position and are well on top and aware of all safeguarding requirements. If you have any further queries regarding our Clubmark Accreditation or our Welfare and Safeguarding procedures, please contact Alex Beard (Club Welfare Officer), who will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
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© Ansty Cricket Club 2018
Clubmark Reaccreditation The English Cricket Board (ECB) operates an accreditation system for clubs to ensure that they are meeting the required standards to successfully run a community sports club. Ansty registered with the scheme back in 2003, and was first accredited in 2004, being only the second club in Sussex to achieve Clubmark status. The reaccreditation process demonstrates that Ansty CC is prioritising the welfare and development of all our members and creating a benchmark for inclusive community cricket. Since 2004 Ansty has completed four reaccreditation exercises, in 2007, 2010, 2013 and again in 2017. During the most recent accreditation we were assessed in four different areas - Proactive Leadership and Direction - Welcoming Atmosphere - Inspiring and Diverse Offer - Ensuring every person matters We are very proud to say that we successfully met the criteria for all four different areas at the first time of asking. Our dedicated and passionate management committee continue to work extremely hard to ensure the club continues to provide a high-quality cricket experience for all its members, irrespective of age or ability. Ansty CC recognise that we are more likely to experience future success if the club continues to be well managed and development opportunities are addressed. We are currently focusing upon improving our communication with our members and reaching out to the local community. This is just one example of how we are consistently looking to improve the sporting experience that we already provide. As part of the Clubmark Reaccreditation process, a representative from Sussex Cricket Club provided feedback on the evidence that we submitted. We are very proud to be able to share with you the fantastic feedback that we received. Please take some time to read what Sussex Cricket Club said about our club!

Ansty Cricket Club - Providing cricket for all abilities

If you have any further queries regarding our Clubmark Accreditation or our Welfare and Safeguarding procedures, please contact Alex Beard (Club Welfare Officer), who will be happy to answer any queries you may have.
Proactive Leadership and Direction The club is well organised, set up and run with a strong development plan angle. The club pro-actively looks towards the future with both the seniors and juniors and constantly seek ideas and thoughts from its membership base. The long-standing committee and treasurer maintain a strong control on the progression of the club Welcoming Atmosphere The club interacts well with the local community and local sports & social club, often combining social activity. The social media communication methods are well used and updated regularly and comprehensively. The club has a range of members from various backgrounds and the club is well resourced to provide opportunity for all Inspiring and Diverse Offer The club has a strong coaching structure, implemented and delivered by a committed and passionate group of coaches and volunteers. The club is in a strong place with their junior section and will look to grow and build numbers again in the coming years, using All Stars as a project area. The club provides ample opportunity for all age groups and abilities within the club and has one of the strongest and best regarded women and girl’s sections in the County. Ensuring Every Person Matters The club has a strong welfare procedure that ensures all relevant safeguarding criteria are met. They are organised with their junior databases and are careful when communicating this and passing it amongst the club coaches/managers. They have a good understanding of their senior membership contacts and relevant information and have a robust and solid incident procedure and risk assessment policy. The club is in a great position and are well on top and aware of all safeguarding requirements.