19th October 2020 Dear Club main contacts Hope you’ve had a successful Summer at your Clubs following the restart of tennis in May. Usually at this time of year the County would be hosting a Club Forum with presentations from both the LTA and County. You are probably aware that the LTA are hosting a series of webinars across a range of important topics relating to club health over the next couple of months, in place of the Club Forum. Each webinar is 60 minutes long and the regional team will guide you through the topic and direct you to practical resources within the LTA Club Support Toolkit area for more follow up information. The webinars look really useful so we would encourage you and your committee to sign up to some or even all of these! Below are all the sessions delivered by the regional team with a few selected from external partners. Please visit the LTA website for the full list of options nationally.
21 October at 7.00pm - Good Governance - Regional Team - Click here
27 October at 7.00pm - Finance Fundamentals - Deloitte - Click here
28 October - 10.00am - Growing your Membership - Regional Team - Click here
29 October - 7.30pm - Free funds for clubs - Easyfundraising - Click here
04 November - 10.00am - Social media made easy - Deloitte - Click here
11 November - 11.30am - Grow your club through investment in tennis coaches - TIA - Click here
11 November - 7.00pm - Membership retention - Regional Team - Click here
19 November - 11.00am - LTA Buying group - GMG - Click here
24 November - 11.00am - Digital Marketing - Deloitte - Click here
25 November - 10.00am - Programming and court utilisation - Regional Team - Click here
01 December - 11.30am - Making tennis more accessible through innovation - TIA - Click here
As a County we would also be very happy to host an online County Forum if there is demand. Please could you let me know if you would like us to run one of these and if so, any topics you would like us to cover.
To see the LTA guidance for tennis activities by Coronavirus Tier click here, which has just been published, hopefully the whole of Cambridgeshire can avoid reaching Tier 2 or 3! Best wishes Bill Skead Chairman Participation Committee firstname.lastname@example.org