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Tackling Inequalities Fund

Closing date: Friday 12th March 2021

Together Active has launched a new round of their Tackling Inequalities Fund from Sport England for charities and community groups in Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent.



The fund is inviting groups to apply who deliver sports services or physical activities to one of four priority areas:

Sport England - Return to Play Fund for Flood Damaged Facilities

Emergency flood relief funding is available for community sports clubs and not-for-profit organisations to help them restore flood-damaged sport and physical activity facilities in the areas worst affected by the recent flooding caused by Storm Christoph.

There are two levels of funding:

Grants of up to £10,000

Grants for £10,001 or more.

Sport England is providing special funding for local authorities, leisure operators and other not-for-profit organisations needing funding to repair flood damage facilities.

Cheslyn Hay Table Tennis Club nominated for “Club of the Year”

Great News - TABLE TENNIS ENGLAND announce: Cheslyn Hay Table Tennis Club have been nominated for “Club of the Year” in their Pride of Table Tennis Awards 2020. 

The awards celebrates and honours the immense efforts of volunteers, officials, coaches and personalities for their incredible contributions to table tennis in the last 12 months. Their nomination will now be considered in the Regional/National stages of the Pride of Table Tennis Awards.

John Quinn said: “I’m so proud to be a part of this fantastic club”

Dan Maskell Tennis Trust Grants

Application deadlines:  23 March 2021, 29 June 2021, and 12 October 2021.


The Dan Maskell Tennis Trust is a tennis charity raising funds for people with disabilities.

The Trust provides funding for groups and clubs within the UK to purchase wheelchairs and tennis equipment to support disabled people play tennis.

Grants are available to help disabled people in the UK to play tennis through the purchase of wheelchairs, tennis equipment and grants for coaching.

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