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The Belvoir Bees project sees the Trust and it volunteer coaches work with cricket clubs to develop and sustain their junior sections.

One of our success stories has been our partnership with Melton Mowbray CC which just six years ago only had two struggling senior sides and no juniors at all.

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2 days ago

Belvoir Cricket & Countryside Trust

Very grateful for the support from Co-op members #makingadifferenceWhere has your Co-op Local Community funding previously gone to in Bottesford, who benefits and how is it making a difference in our local community?

I've been finding out from the community groups who have already been funded by Co-op. First up is Belvoir Cricket & Countryside Trust

"We're looking to put our Co-op funding towards new experiences for children taking part in our Cricket & Countryside Educations days. These special days see around 2,000 primary age and special needs youngsters visit the Belvoir Estate each summer for a day of outstanding outdoor learning. The funding will go towards training our coaches and purchasing the equipment we need to deliver archery in 2019 and tri-golf in 2020. The aim of the project is to get children up and active and give them an understanding of what the countryside can offer them to inspire them to lead healthy, active lives."
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Delighted that our Teach Cricket programme has received a £500 award through the @Localgiving Magic Little Grant
Fund.
Head coaches Darren and Neil have been reintroducing cricket into about 15 primary schools in Melton, the Vale of Belvoir and Grantham in recent weeks, reaching around 500 boys and girls.
Many of them are now attending the out-of-school Belvoir Bees Kwik Cricket sessions (see poster).
The award was provided from players of @People’s Postcode Lottery through @PostcodeCommunityTrust
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