Attenborough Cricket Club achieved the coveted ECB Clubmark accreditation in 2006. Re-accreditation takes place every 3 years and this was last completed in September 2015.
Clubmark acknowledges cricket clubs across England and Wales that are prioritising junior development, creating a benchmark for high quality community club cricket.
The Club are always looking for people to help maintain and further develop their offering to their junior cricketers. You could be involved in a range of roles including coaching, scoring, umpiring or helping with administration. The Club will provide support (including payment of course fees) to coaches in developing their skills.
Cricket club structure
The club structure can be found here. Many of the roles on the chart are covered by members of the Committee, while some of the roles are covered by club members volunteering to carry out specific tasks. To run a successful, developing cricket club takes lots of input from club volunteers. If there are any topics/areas that you would like to help/get involved with, noted on the structure chart please feel free to ask Nick Allcoat or any member of our Committee.
The Club Constitution or Rules can be found here.
We have adopted the ECB's Safe Hands Manual. Parents or guardians are required to sign Junior membership forms confirming that they are aware of the Club's Safeguarding Policy. Click here to read the policy.
Click on one of the following links to display the document:
Codes of Conduct:
Code Of Conduct for Cricket Club Members and Guests - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Code of Conduct for Parents and Carers - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Code of Conduct for Young People - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Youth Section Guidelines - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Equity Policy Statement - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Safe Hands Policy Statement - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
ICT & Social Media Guidelines - Last Reviewed Date: 20/03/19
Junior Player Membership Form
Adult Player Membership Form
Vice President Membership Form