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  • Herring and Montgomery open Howzat for Healthy’s second innings | Gloucestershire Cricket
    a chance to take part in cricket coaching sessions grow vegetables in the school garden and use the ingredients to cook a healthy meal The programme the first of its kind to be run by a professional cricket club was created by Gloucestershire Cricket s head of community engagement Roz Hutchings in partnership with a number of other organisations based at or near the Bristol County Ground The coaching sessions were delivered by coaches from the Gloucestershire Cricket Board the vegetables were grown with help from the Ashley Vale Allotments Association and the cooking sessions were led by Damien Awford Nash head chef for Lindley Group the club s catering partners Roz said We are delighted to be running the Howzat for Healthy again this year Last year was effectively a pilot but the feedback was so positive that we had no hesitation in running it again By utilising the many different elements of our club we were able to engage with the pupils and deliver a really powerful message on what goes in to having a healthy lifestyle It was clear that the children really enjoyed the sessions and hopefully they ll go on to apply what they have learned in their everyday lives The programme is currently run for Year 1 and 2 students but the hope is that over time it may be rolled out to other schools in the local area Tom Stacy Marks Year 1 teacher at Brunel Field said The kids absolutely loved the programme especially enjoyed cooking a pizza and then growing the veg The Get Active cricket session was really brilliant The children absolutely loved it and were totally engaged It has been nice to work with the cricket club and develop our relationship with them We look forward to continuing that

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/herring-and-montgomery-open-howzat-for-healthys-second-innings/ (2016-02-12)
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  • County Ground hosts ‘Brilliant Bristol’ schools programme | Gloucestershire Cricket
    by Spy Dog author and happiness expert Andy Cope the children will be taught about the powers of positive psychology happiness and flourishing The pupils will then design and deliver their own positive curriculum with the aim of taking their messages across their school home and community Andy said Good grades are important But it s equally important for our schools to turn out well rounded young people so we re intending to focus on confidence happiness resilience and personal responsibility Our belief is that when children feel great they learn more effectively The County Ground is a jaw dropping venue and it definitely helps to convey our message of inspiring the children to be brilliant The workshops are based on cutting edge theory but will be delivered in a fun and practical way It is hoped that professional players from Gloucestershire will attend day three of the project in March Laurence Pitt executive headteacher of the Ashley Down Schools Federation said It s about aspiration if you have the right attitude the world is your oyster The sporting link is also very important as it is something the kids can relate to We want them to be inspired to be the best that they can be and professional sport is a good way to highlight that We hope some of the players from Gloucestershire will come along and we already have world kick boxing champion Sharon Gill coming to talk to the children They won t all be world champions but we want them to apply that world champion mentality to everything that they do Schools involved in the Brilliant Bristol project Victoria Park Ashley Down Bridge Farm Henbury Court Little Mead Westbury on Trym C of E Horfield Whitehall Play with a pro at the Glos Cricket Board

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/county-ground-hosts-brilliant-bristol-schools-programme/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Play with a pro at the Glos Cricket Board golf day | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Play with a pro at the Glos Cricket Board golf day Posted on 23 January 2015 Fans will have the chance to play alongside some of the county s cricketing stars at the annual Gloucestershire Cricket Board golf day Professional players and coaches from Gloucestershire CCC will be gracing Cirencester Golf Club on March 20 to help raise money for grass roots cricket Last year the likes of Hamish Marshall Will Gidman and ex Glos favourite Mike Smith played and helped us raise more than 2000 This enabled us to deliver cricket in more schools than ever before as well as supporting a number of other GCB schemes There event is designed for people of all abilities with a number of fun elements throughout the day The cost is 35 per head which includes breakfast a two course dinner and prizes To get involved You can either pay 140 for a 3 ball and request a GCCC pro to be with you or pay 140 for a four ball team of your own If you are interested personally but cannot get a team then let us know and we will place you in a mixed team If you wish to enter individually or as a team please email steve silk glosccc co uk with the following details Team Name Individuals Names and handicaps Preferred start time between 9 00am and 13 00pm Gloucestershire to set up first South West deaf team County Ground hosts Brilliant Bristol schools programme News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/play-with-a-pro-at-the-glos-cricket-board-golf-day/ (2016-02-12)
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  • MS scheme run by Gloucestershire Cricket and Southmead Hospital set to be rolled out across Europe | Gloucestershire Cricket
    which is based at Southmead Hospital Bristol The initial scheme is a six week course and is the first of its type in Bristol for high ability people with MS Through taking part in a mixture of games balance and mobility exercises some participants who were off sick have been able to return to work Others have been able to do everyday tasks that had been beyond them and one person has begun training for a half marathon Everyone who has attended has reported a huge boost in confidence The sessions have proved so successful that Nathan has set up an additional session per week for people who have completed the initial six week course He said We have seen real improvements in things like balance and walking but also a big change in people s confidence Instead of worrying about what they can t do they have focused on what they can do and I think they have surprised themselves at how quickly they have seen improvements One of the people to benefit from the programme is 30 year old Jen Satterley from St Werburghs She said When I started coming here there were everyday things that I wouldn t do like standing on a chair to get something out of a cupboard The sessions have made a huge difference and I wouldn t think twice about doing things like that now As well as improving participants physical skills the sessions have also developed self esteem and created a social network of people who are all in a similar situation Jen said I felt too young to be disabled I was completely fine a year ago and it really hit me that my friends were doing things that I couldn t do It even felt weird being out in public because people who didn t know me would look over and think I was drunk in the middle of the day but it was my balance When I started coming here I started getting back my ability to do things and it made me start to feel normal again The social aspect is also a massive help just as much as the physical It means you don t feel completely alone The results of the BrAMS scheme were presented by Tania to delegates from nine other European countries at the event in Norway Following this a senior lecturer from Plymouth University used the outcomes from the scheme in a talk to more than two thousand people at the National Chartered Society of Physiotherapy on the delivery of MS services to patients in the UK Tania hopes that as a result of this exposure other countries may adopt the scheme She is also hoping to do a masters degree in order to formally publish the research In addition to supporting the scheme through the use of BS7 Gloucestershire Cricket raised awareness for the programme by making their LV County Championship match v Essex a Batting for BrAMS MS Awareness match

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/ms-scheme-run-by-gloucestershire-cricket-and-southmead-hospital-set-to-be-rolled-out-across-europe/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Annual Christmas Tree Sale at the Bristol County Ground – 13 December | Gloucestershire Cricket
    Cricket Board Gloucestershire Cricket Trust Gloucestershire News Annual Christmas Tree Sale at the Bristol County Ground 13 December Posted on 4 December 2014 On Saturday 13 December Bristol Region will be selling Christmas Trees at the Nevil Road entrance to the Bristol County Ground from 9 30 am to 3 00 pm to raise funds for the Club s Youth Academy The trees are all top quality non drop trees produced locally and there is also a free delivery service in place for local buyers We will be joined once again by a couple of the first team squad who will be on hand to help you select the tree to meet your needs Come along and support the Academy whilst buying that essential Christmas Tree Video What s Pre Season Like for the First team Hamish Reflects On Career Part Two News All News Cricket News Club news Community News News Archive 2016 News Archive February January 2015 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2014 News Archive December November October September August July June May April March February January 2013 News Archive December November October September August July June May April

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/annual-christmas-tree-sale-at-the-bristol-county-ground/ (2016-02-12)
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  • World AIDS Day: Glos coaches use cricket to raise HIV/AIDS awareness in Africa | Gloucestershire Cricket
    on projects with UK charity Cricket Without Boundaries who use the game as a vehicle for raising HIV AIDS awareness in sub Saharan Africa To listen to Luke Sellers interview live on the BBC Radio Bristol Breakfast Show click here and go to 2hrs 26mins First time volunteer Julian Terry said that it had been an unforgettable fortnight and urged others to follow in his footsteps He said It was a fantastic team experience and I really enjoyed it I had some reservations going in about how it was going to work mixing cricket with HIV AIDS awareness but once you were out there it made a lot of sense Because they were learning the messages through cricket and having a great time they seemed to really take them on board Some people might be worried about their lack of cricket knowledge but you don t to need to be a qualified coach or even to have played the game I would urge anyone to do it whether they are involved in cricket or not You just need to have to be a team player and have an interest in helping other people It is definitely something I plan to do again During Julian and Luke s two week s in Kenya they coached alongside Massai Warriors and encountered elephants on the way to work in the remote rural area of Laikipia They also visited a number of children s homes and staged the first ever cricket festival in the agricultural county of Murang a Luke a three time volunteer and project leader of the Kenya trip said Every project I have been on has been different but no less eye opening profound and enjoyable The thing that struck me on this trip was the enthusiasm and curiosity of the children The majority had never interacted with white people before and they were fascinated by everything from our hair to our voices The team of eight volunteers also spent a day with Eva Kawira an 18 year old who is HIV positive She first came into contact with the charity aged eight on CWB s first ever project At the time she was seriously ill and she struggled to take part in the session But the CWB coaches managed to fix the game so she could hit the winning runs The image of her smiling stayed with them long after they left and they had always wondered what happened to her until a CWB project tracked her down earlier this year Thanks to medication Eva lives a full life and plans to study to become a nurse to help others who have the disease Luke who is player coach at Lechlade CC said It was incredibly special to meet Eva someone I had heard a lot about Remarkably she told me that her experience all those years ago had been a life changing moment Instead of worrying about dying she began to think about living instead It was incredibly humbling

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/world-aids-day-glos-coaches-use-cricket-to-raise-hivaids-awareness-in-africa/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Community Programme shortlisted for National Cricket Award | Gloucestershire Cricket
    so chuffed to be one of the eighteen First Class Counties to have made it into the list of five and to be ranked amongst such strong contenders is a real honour Head of Community Engagement Roz Hutchings told us The Club s community programme throughout the 2014 season entitled Take It To The Streets was made up of twelve individual projects all created with the aim to help people fulfil their potential through cricket They ranged from projects to inspire pupils at Ashley Down Federation Brunel Field Site to adopt a healthy lifestyle inspired by sport to the Gloucester Road Traders project which has started to form long lasting and mutually beneficial relationships between the Club and the longest street of independent shops in the country Roz explains The idea behind community engagement is to help communities fulfil their potential through cricket so we re not just targeting people who want to watch and or play cricket but other members of the community where cricket brings benefits from being the only International sport played in the city The twelve projects which formed Take It To The Streets then fed into East Meets The West Country which was the programme specially devised to engage communities with the England v India Royal London One Day International on August Bank Holiday On Thursday staff from Gloucestershire Cricket headed up to Edgbaston for the BOCAs ceremony hosted by BBC s Mark Chapman Sadly Gloucestershire missed out on the Community Award this year as it went to Warwickshire but the Club are already planning their community engagement programme for next year with the aim to more than double the number of people they engaged with in 2014 to 20 000 Ian Cockbain signs for Gloucestershire Cricket until 2017 Phillip Hughes 1988 2014 News All

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/community-programme-shortlisted-for-national-cricket-award/ (2016-02-12)
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  • Traders report rise in sales despite One Day International wash out | Gloucestershire Cricket
    so cricket s loss was their gain The whole initiative just shows how working together can be beneficial and we hope to do similar things at other Gloucestershire Cricket events As well as embracing the spirit of the day a number of traders offered special discounts for supporters attending the match Sarah Thorp at Room 212 offered 10 off a range of products for ticket holders and even created an Indian themed window display using paintings prints and jewellery by Bristol artists But the winner of the Most Fun Trader award went to Abi Smith from Cake pictured In addition to putting up posters and wearing t shirts supplied by Gloucestershire Cricket Abi also offered her famous cupcakes at half price to fans who flashed their tickets She said It was a lovely surprise to win and I hope we can link in with more events at the ground in the future Even though the weather was bad we still had people coming in and it was really busy all the way down Gloucester Road Regardless of the game people still stayed around for the afternoon so it was definitely well worth staying open Abi s connection with the Bristol County Ground extends much further back than the One Day International She was born on Nevil Road and was a regular visitor even learning to ride her bike on the outfield The woman behind the scheme Gloucestershire head of community engagement Roz Hutchings said the East Meets The West Country event had demonstrated the benefits of a strong relationship between the club and local businesses She said Despite the match being abandoned the reports of how busy traders on Gloucester Road were show the power of working together It demonstrated that by linking in with events at the Bristol County

    Original URL path: http://www.gloscricket.co.uk/traders-report-rise-in-sales-despite-one-day-international-wash-out/ (2016-02-12)
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