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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It is one of the fastest growing sports in the country, second only to football as a team sport, and the future of basketball on Merseyside looks secure with two Liverpool teams merging into one Clubmark accredited club.
The number of juniors and adults taking up the sport has soared by around 10% in a year, with almost half of clubs increasing their numbers of junior members, coinciding with an 11% increase in clubs working towards and achieving Clubmark in 2010 compared to 2009.
A unique cricket concept piloted at Clubmark accredited Paddock Cricket Club has been launched across Yorkshire.
Clubmark benefits enable Alsager Golf and Country Club to achieve its development aspirations.
Rochdale Company of Archers reaps the benefits of Clubmark by securing funding to train more coaches.
Crewe and Stoke Youth Tenpin Bowling Club, achieved accreditation in just 4 months, by ensuring that everyone involved fully understand and embraced the culture of Clubmark before embarking on the process.
Players are not the only ones benefiting from Clubmark status. The often forgotten about, young
volunteers are given the opportunity to take on even more challenges with local competition and
Kimberley Swimming Club set itself a target to get accredited in a year and achieved it in just 6 months. Here, the Club shares its story of how Clubmark has benefited everyone.
Going from strength to strength, the Suffolk based club shares its key learnings with those in similar situations.
Rotherham Junior Water Polo Club shows how by working in partnership with other clubs and local agencies can help not only with the accreditation process but also lead to other benefits, both financial and otherwise.