30th May 2008

TRYSULL & SEISDON CRICKET CLUB

TRYSULL & SEISDON CC Juniors hit the JACKPOT!
 
Trysull & Seisdon Cricket Club's Junior Section has hit the jackpot by getting a £1639.00 grant from Awards for All to provide cricket equipment.
The grant will pay for various essential cricket equipment, which has been provided by IJP Sports, for sole use by younger players. The Junior Section began in in April 2008 and already numbers have swelled to over 25 at each session. Club Chairman Stuart Munger said, "This grant is an enormous help for a small club like ourselves. With our 1st XI in the top division in Shropshire Cricket and our 2nd XI looking to bring in more youngsters we felt the development of a Junior section was the next logical step. More importantly though we wanted to offer cricket to the youngsters of Trysull & Seisdon and with the support of individuals like Councillor Robert McCardle this is now happening".
Trysull and Seisdon Cricket Club junior practices are every Thursday from 6.30pm to 8.00pm at Trysull Playing Fields through to the end of August.
If you are interested in attending please ring our Junior Co-ordinator Phil Watson on 07967 940856 or email trysullandseisdoncc@hotmail.co.uk
 
 

 

South Staffordshire Housing Association give Sponsorship
 
Trysull and Seisdon Cricket Cub have benefited from a £500.00 sponsorship from South Staffordshire Housing Association.
The local Housing Association, which looks to provide sponsorship to support the creation of successful neighbourhoods and communities provided £500.00 to assist Trysull and Seisdon Cricket Club in not charging membership fees for its new junior section and therefore increasing community involvement.
Cricket Club Chairman Stuart Munger said, "We really appreciate the money South Staffordshire Housing Association have provided us and it has certainly already helped us attract juniors to the club from the villages. We hope to deliver a team by this year and alot of this is down to South Staffordshire Housing Association".
Trysull and Seisdon Cricket Club junior practices are every Thursday from 6.30pm to 8.00pm at Trysull Playing Fields through to the end of August.
If you are interested in attending please ring our Junior Co-ordinator Phil Watson on 07967 940856 or email trysullandseisdoncc@hotmail.co.uk
 

 

 

 

 


                                         

3rd March 2007

 

 

 

Funding Boost for Trysull & Seisdon Cricket Club

 

 

Trysull & Seisdon Cricket Club has received a £5590.00 funding boost from SITA Trust to assist the club in providing new facilities for the whole community.  The items include a new sightscreen, mobile practice cage, bowling machine and lay flat covers

SITA Trust provides funding through the Landfill Communities Fund.  Funding is available for community and environmental groups to carry out a range of improvement projects.    

 

The funding allocated to Trysull & Seisdon Cricket Club will enable to improve facilities at the club whilst also hopefully attracting more people in the area to playing cricket.

 

Stuart Munger Chairman of Trysull & Seisdon Cricket Club said, “This is massive for the club from the SITA Trust, with our promotion to Division 1 of the Shropshire League we are hoping the new facilities will increase involvement at the club specifically from the local community”.

 

Ends.

 

For more information please contact:

 

Stuart Munger on 07909 952049

 

Notes to the editor

 

For information on how to apply for funding from SITA Trust call (01454) 262910 or click on www.sitatrust.org.uk

 

SITA Trust

1.       SITA Trust was set up in 1997 and runs two funding programmes:

·   Enhancing Communities – for community improvement projects around landfill sites owned by SITA UK.

·   Enriching Nature – for biodiversity projects within the vicinity of landfill sites in England.

2.       Each year, SITA Trust distributes approximately £6 million nationwide through the Landfill Communities Fund.

 

The Landfill Communities Fund (formerly the Landfill Tax Credit Scheme)
1.       Landfill tax was introduced in 1996 to encourage more sustainable ways of managing waste.
2.       The landfill tax legislation also brought about the Landfill Communities Fund. This scheme allows landfill operators to voluntarily donate 6.8% of their landfill tax liability to environmental improvement projects.
3.       The Landfill Communities Fund is independently regulated on behalf of HM Government’s Revenue & Customs by ENTRUST.

 

SITA Trust, The Barn, Brinkmarsh Lane, Falfield, S. Gloucestershire  GL12 8PT

 

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