Snowsport England will be hosting virtual drop-in sessions for clubs on Friday, 27 March and Monday, 30 March to support clubs and the grassroots sport as best as possible in the current circumstances.
We completely appreciate the difficulties clubs are facing with the current situation and we would like to invite club representatives to join us for a number of VIRTUAL DROP-IN SESSIONS, where a few of us will be there to talk to, share ideas and have a good old catch up. Alongside these sessions we are talking regularly to Sport England on the impact Covid-19 has had and is having on sport, and they in turn are talking to the government.
We want to know how this has impacted clubs so if anyone involved in your clubs has the time, please fill in our short survey which can be accessed here.
The focus of each of the sessions is to listen to club representatives and find out what we can do to help them and their club. We are already creating some content for you to use to continue to engage with your members whilst the lockdown is in full effect.
We have two sessions currently available on a first come first served basis, please drop us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know which session you would like to join.
Friday 27th March 1pm -2pm
Monday 30th March 7pm – 8pm
If you would like to be kept up to date with the latest information, please continue to visit https://www.snowsportengland.
As you will be aware, there is a significant amount of concern and uncertainty across the country right now as a consequence of the outbreak of the coronavirus (COVID-19). Snowsport England has been closely monitoring the situation for a number of weeks; we will continue to do so and are committed to providing updated guidance and advice to the Snowsport Community.
We are aware of the challenges this directive from Government will have on grassroots snowsport – our clubs, coaches, regions and events particularly – and we would encourage you to complete the survey via the links below to help us understand the next steps to seeking support for you.
Please use the links below to access more specific updates and advice.