NEWSLETTER LAUNCH IN JUNE
City of Hull Boxing Club soon to be included in the newsletter the City of Hull Sport & Community Group will launch. The group have hinted this will be drawn up sometime in May and officially launched June 1st, you can download your own copy from this website.
The content is expected to include whats happening around the Centre, the programs that are running, howe you can get involved, and all the events thats happening in the boxing club too, including fixtures, results as well as interviews with boxers, coaches and volunteers. Look out for this.
CITY WELCOME JESS BEEDHAM TO THE CLUB AS A COACH
The club is delighted to announce that former West Hull Boxing Club & Brough Boxing Academy coach and matchmaker Jess Beedham joins the coaching staff at City. Jess has a lifetime of experience involved in boxing, she has boxed herself and pulls no punches when she is shouting out in the gym.
CLUB CHAIRMAN "LETS TRAVEL AND FAR & WIDE TO COMPETE"
Club founder and Chairman is keen to get the boxers out competing far and wide as the club finds itself in promising financial position. Following the superb sponsorship deal from centre facility company City of Hull Sport & Community Group, it now means the boxing club can operate in the facility rent free, which means the subs and club income is going towards the kids themselves.
"Its been a long slog to get to this point where we find ourselves, my dream was always for the club to operate free of rent. The only costs the club has to worry about is day to day to expenses like petrol, or insurance, affiliation or championship entrys etc" Said Gibbons, club founder.
"Now with a little help from various small grants, the numbers in the gym are good which means the club is in a very priviledged position financially, we need to make sure our boxers see the benefit of that money by getting them out and about, some may be abroad tournaments."
the club committee will meet 8th May to discuss the immediate future, but before tournaments kick back off we are sure they will be discussing new equipment in the gym also.
CLUB LOOKS TO GET BACK ON TRACK
With Covid 19 restrictions steadily lifting across the UK the club is starting to gear itself up for a revamped effort to name a strong boxing squad. With numbers at a record high now, some real talented young people are coming through the doors, the Coaching team feel blessed with some of the characters that are developing.
One famililar face is that of Alex Sutton former Senior Novice National Champion who has retruned to training showing just a hightlight of things to come at the club as a whole.
Main Stories coming soon...
June 1st 2021, NEWSLETTER LAUNCH
The New and improved News letter will be launched on this site and will be be downloadable or readible via our Home Page (see the drop down box) when its available.
The Newsletter will feature all events and programs happening at the City of Hull Sport & Community Group, catching up with our facility partners such as City of Hull Boxing Club, The Elm Tree Academy, Andy's Man Club as well as our very own family run Bistro.
Our education programs, plus what funded programs you may get involved with.
GIT FIT FOR WORK!
City of Hull Sport & Community Group in partnership with the Humber Learning Consortium have launched a brand new 'Employability Program' with a difference.
'OUTSIDE THE BOX' is a program that not only offers participants an NCFE level 1 in Employability Skills, but offers a free 10 week gym session to make sure its participants are in the very best shape possible. If that wasn't enough, then the program mentors have teamed up with Business and Training Ambassadors who will either help by offering employment or further training to get those harder to reach posts.
Anyone interested in the first instance should message us or call us on 01482 802826 ask for Richard White.
CITY ARE APPROVED BY NCFE
The NCFE have offically given Elm Tree Academy Ltd the rubber stamp to teach their qualification modules. This opens up the opportunity to our existing education partners as well as give the company something meaty to offer in its funded programs.
Elm Tree Director of Education Bob Beautyman is happy they now have official status an approved learning centre.
"Its been a step by step process at the Academy, we have naturally had to show our operation practices and show that we are professional, due diligent as well as practical in our day to day operations"
"Our policies are all up to date as is our staff training and development and we are very excited about the future and the promising impact we can offer the community in Hull not only locally but hopefully City wide."
The Elm Tree Academy are the education arm to City of Hull Sport & Community Group.
Operations Director Mike Gibbons affirmed this was a huge step forward for the organisation.
"We now have an accredited learning program we can believe in, its very exciting times for the company"