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We’re pleased to confirm that from Wednesday 2nd December, gymnastics clubs in England will be able to reopen following the publication of the government’s Covid-19 Winter Plan. On 2nd December, national restrictions will be lifted and England will move back into a regional, local restriction tier system. Details on which areas are in which tiers … Continue reading “Gymnastics activity to return in England from Wednesday 2nd December”
Have you ever heard someone’s floor music “in the wild” and literally get transported back to that competition?
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We are pushing for further financial support for all gymnastics clubs as concerns for the future of the sport have been highlighted by research conducted with the gymnastics community. Many clubs across the UK are struggling to cover operational costs, caused by participants not being able to attend their gymnastics sessions. The uncertainty of the … Continue reading “#SaveOurSports – Further support needed to help clubs survive”
British Gymnastics today announced that Alastair Marks would become its interim Chief Executive in early January 2021. An experienced leader within the sports industry, Marks has a track record in leading large-scale projects across marketing, commercial, fundraising and participation. He joins from Nielsen Sports where he is Business Development Director. He previously held senior roles … Continue reading “Alastair Marks named British Gymnastics Interim CEO”
Following the approval of the lockdown legislation in Parliament today we have received further clarification on these restrictions for gymnastics. It is with regret that following conversations with Government, British Gymnastics can now confirm that from tomorrow, 5th November, gymnastics clubs in England must close until 2nd December. The Department for Digital, Culture, Media and … Continue reading “Update following approval of lockdown legislation in Parliament”