England Netball celebrates Volunteers’ Week
Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) is a time for us to come together and thank all volunteers for their invaluable contributions and making a huge difference to our netball community, especially over a particularly challenging last 12 months.
An estimated 26,000 volunteers across a variety of different disciplines help make our sport happen, enriching lives through netball.
England Netball simply would not exist without volunteers with most of the 2,500+ clubs, several hundred leagues, 53 counties and nine regions organised by netball volunteers, who give a huge amount of time and energy freely to our sport.
A network of over 2,500 COVID-19 Officers have enabled netball to restart with 800 people who were not already involved as volunteers stepping forward to give their time in this critical role.
Through our celebrations for Volunteers’ Week 2021, we’re aiming to increase visibility of the vital efforts that all volunteers have made this year, continue ‘building a movement’ by inspiring more people to explore how they might like to get involved, and focus on the unspoken thank you which deserves to be brought to light :: Full Story on the England Netball Website ::
Vitality Roses cohort for 2021-22 announced
Community Netball can Restart
What the Government guidelines mean for netball
Here are the key changes from previous guidance:
Here’s a link to the latest guidance: https://www.englandnetball.co.uk/the-countdown-less-than-one-week-to-go-until-community-netball-can-restart
Super League Fixtures
Mental Health Awareness Week
Opportunities to Get Involved
If you’re interested in volunteering and would like to understand more about the different ways you can get involved, send an email to email@example.com