British Gymnastics is holding its annual Safeguarding CPD Event for all southern regions on Saturday 6th October from 10:30 until 17:00. The event will be held at KD Gymnastics near Newbury. It is a great opportunity to refresh on safeguarding matters, network with other professionals in the role and also touch base with the BG and Regional Safeguarding teams around changes and processes. Should the CWO not be able to attend other club members are welcome.
The agenda for the event is:
Should you wish to attend, please notify Catherine.firstname.lastname@example.org and notify any dietary needs you may have.
BG is running two Safeguarding Updates in September as part of their CPD (Continuous Professional Development) programme for club welfare officer. The first takes place at Pipers Vale, Ipswich, on 8th September from 2 pm to 5 pm and is then followed on the 9th at Salto Gymnastics, Luton, from 10 am to 1 pm. The Agenda will be the same at both venues:
Please contact Catherine Wall, BG safeguarding Officer at catherine.wall@british-
Fresh from the East’s successes at last month’s Regional Team Finals, 60 Trampoline and DMT gymnasts from our Region competed in the NDP Finals 2018. These took place at Nottingham’s Motorpoint Arena over the second weekend of July and East came home with no fewer than 29 medals, the region’s best ever showing.
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Team East’s trampoline and DMT gymnasts put on another great show, winning 27 medals at 2018’s Regional Team Finals held last weekend at Birmingham’s Arena. No fewer than 58 of the team’s gymnasts also qualified to compete at the NDP Finals which take place in Nottingham on the weekend of 7th and 8th July. Both the medal haul and the number of NDP FInals qualifiers are records for the region.
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Cambourne Comets, based at Cambourne Fitness and Sports Centre, urgently require enthusiastic, motivated and committed Trampoline coaches to join our existing coaching team. You would be required to support recreational and competitive gymnasts. Initially, you will work 2 to 3 hours a week with the potential for more hours in the future.
As well as holding a relevant coaching qualification you should have excellent communication skills but above all be passionate about the sport of Trampolining.
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Casablanca CGT are looking for a full-time, Level 2 or higher, Trampoline Coach to join their team. With 36 hours a week and a guide salary of over £18k, the successful candidate will also enjoy 25 days paid holiday in addition to public/bank holidays. The club will also contribute to a workplace pension.
The role will be based at the club’s premises on the Oakwood Hill Industrial Estate in Loughton, postcode IG10 3TZ.
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Recoil Trampoline club are looking for a Trampoline coach on a Friday 1:30-2:30pm and 4-7:30pm and cover work, all qualification levels considered including Core Proficiency.
Potential for more hours both evening and daytime in the future.
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Based at The Trampoline and Activity Centre in Warley, Brentwood.
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Telford’s International Centre hosted the 2017 NDP Finals in early July and gymnasts from our region came home with no fewer than 27 medals. This was a tremendous haul from the 40 East competitors with Pegasus Trampoline Club and Brentwood Trampoline Club both coming away with 5 medals. Congratulations too to Flight TC who had two gold medalists and to Cambridge Cangaroos, HBS, Colchester Gym Club and Storm Elite who each had two medalists.
Pegasus was dominant among the region’s DMT entries. Lucy Bevan won gold and Edward Parkin and Max Gaeta both received silvers. Chloe Caley was jumping in both disciplines and won bronze medals in both. Dominic Gray from Cambourne Comets was the fifth DMT gymnast from the region to climb the podium, in his case for a bronze. Well done all.
22 medalists underlined the strength of the region’s footprint at all levels bar elite.
There were golds for Ciara Verdicchio, Noah Collins, Tabitha Howard, Shannon Waterman and Sydney Kelly, the last two posting some excellent execution scores. 10 year old Lilia Kearney, jumping at the competition’s highest level, was another noteworthy winner.
Silver medals went to Jared Smith, Chantelle Watts, Francis Owen, Daniel Surridge, Ashleigh Doyle, Naomi Waldock, Adam Dobbins, Emma Savill, Harvey Bell and Elliott Innocent with bronzes to Matthew Burson, Emma Ellis, Heather Cannon, Stanley Deacon, Chloe Caley and Thomas Gregory.
There were disappointments and mishaps of course as well as pleasant surprises. The region’s total might have been higher still if a couple of favourites had been able to compete; inevitably injury and incorrect routines also cost a medal or two. But that’s sport and it all adds to the drama and excitement. Good to see that fully a half of all the medals were at levels 6 and above; perhaps a few may now push on to success within the elite ranks next year.
Congratulations to all our competitors; you did yourselves and us proud.
Team East’s trampoline and DMT gymnasts punched above their weight once more, winning 24 medals at 2017’s Regional Team Finals held last weekend at Birmingham’s Barclaycard Arena. No fewer than 42 of the team’s 70 gymnasts also qualified to compete at the NDP Finals; these take place in Telford on the weekend of 8th and 9th July.
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