Volunteers are the life-blood of netball within the West Midlands. From ball girls to table officials we are always looking for people to get involved and make a difference.
Volunteering is a rewarding experience, not only benefiting the club or organisation, but also the individual – developing skills for use at college, university or in the workplace. It’s a fantastic way to make new friends, and nothing beats the “feel-good factor” of helping out and giving something to your sport.
Latest opportunities in the West Midlands…
County Netball Associations:
The West Midlands Region has 7 Counties who make up the membership and these counties are run by committees made up of volunteers. If you are interested in volunteering for your local County Netball Association, please contact your respective County Chair.
- Birmingham County Netball Association: Margaret Palmer- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Herefordshire County Netball Association:Helen Bowden- email@example.com
- Shropshire County Netball Association: Judy Frost- firstname.lastname@example.org
- South Staffordshire County Netball Association: Mike Wilkisnon- email@example.com
- Staffordshire County Netball Association: Pat Arnott- firstname.lastname@example.org
- Warwickshire County Netball Association:Tracy Murphy- email@example.com
- Worcestershire County Netball Association: Donna Mcleod- firstname.lastname@example.org
Potential roles may include…
- Vice Chair, Treasurer, Secretary, Schools Rep, Coaching Coordinator, Umpiring Coordiantor, Clubs Rep
Pass on Your Passion
Why not find out how you can be rewarded through volunteering with the England Netball?
Pass on Your Passion programme for 16 – 25 year olds.
Netball Development Trust
You could even get the opportunity to travel to another country as one our West Midlands volunteers, Marie Heathcock found out with the Netball Development Trust. Read about the Kenya training day with Joseph.