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Fourteen Pembrokeshire sports clubs scoop Be Active Wales grants

FOURTEEN Pembrokeshire Sports Clubs have been successful in the latest round of grants from a new fund set up following the Covid-19 pandemic.

The 14 clubs – ranging from judo to netball and boxing to surf live-saving – shared a total of £35,859.00 in August.

The 14 clubs were: Neyland Judo Club, Fishguard Sports AFC, Poppit Sands Surf Lifesaving Club, Haverfordwest Cricket Club AFC Colts, Pembroke Borough Football Club; Pennar Robins Football Club, Fishguard Netball Club, Merlins Bridge Amateur Boxing Club, Hakin United Amateur Football Club, South Pembrokeshire Weightlifting Club, Pembrokeshire Weightlifting Federation, Chaos Netball Club, Pembroke Kickboxing Club and Dockers ABC and Hundleton Cricket Club.

They all gained support from the Be Active Wales fund administered by Sport Wales.

The Be Active Wales Fund is available to not-for-profit sports clubs and organisations delivering community sport and physical activity.

The two types of grant available are known as Protect and Prepare: protect your club and prepare to re-start activities safely.

Further information on the grants and the application process is available at:

Protect my club grant – https://www.sport.wales/beactivewalesfund/protect-my-club/

Prepare my club grant – https://www.sport.wales/beactivewalesfund/prepare-my-club/

Clubs and organisations considering applying can contact Sport Pembrokeshire for support and assistance.

Email sport@pembrokeshire.gov.uk for more details.

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