This section of the Clubmark website has been created to help others benefit from success stories and key learnings. Case studies can be read and downloaded from sports that have been through Clubmark accreditation and have a story to share.
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North Somerset based Tickenham is a public nine-hole golf club, operated by husband and wife team Andrew and Sarah Sutcliffe.
They have consistently offered opportunities for people to take up the sport and in particular have enjoyed great success in obtaining funding to support this from a range of sources.
Wiltshire based badminton outfit Dorcan Juniors are continuing to develop thanks to high quality work in various areas.
Bridgwater Netball club has successfully enhanced its website and social media activity to improve communication with its growing membership.
The world of tennis has recently provided a story which perfectly illustrates the ability of Clubmark to support an NGB's efforts to grow participation in its sport.
Trafford based disability sports club demonstrates no matter how small the club, Clubmark is achievable.
Pendle based badminton club's accreditation journey to success.
Clubmark club development plan aids the introduction of disability swimming lessons.
Morpeth CC is a prime example of how the benefits of Clubmark accreditation are long-lasting.
With Active Kids 2011 well under way, we take a look at how Clubmark clubs benefited from last year's scheme.
Improved access to funding and equipment and raising the profile of the club - just two advantages Wrea Green achieved as a result of its Clubmark accreditation.