ECB Clubmark shows that a club is sustainable, well run and provides the right environment for its members. Clubmark accreditation also means your club is recognised as a safe, rewarding and fulfilling place for participants of all ages, as well as assuring parents and carers that they are choosing the right option for their young people.
To obtain accreditation, clubs are asked to provide evidence that they meet a series of criteria. This is done by loading documents onto an online portal and by demonstrating good practice at a site visit conducted by an allocated Club Support Officer. A copy of the criteria can be found ECB-Clubmark-Criteria-2017 (1)
Accreditation lasts for 3 years at which point the club will complete a re-accreditation exercise. In the intervening 2 years there is a requirement to complete an annual health check to maintain accreditation.
If your club is currently not Clubmark accredited but you are interested in applying, want to register your interest or just have a general question, please contact email@example.com quoting your name and club details.
To support clubs in annually planning for cricket activity or facility developments please see this template Development Plan compiled to support you clubs development needs. This template gives a good explanation of how to use it effectively. Click here to Download the Development Plan Guidance and Template
Junior Membership CCB – CCB have produced this Membership form which includes all the relevant policies and procedures required for Clubmark. You will need to amend the membership form to suit your club, plus the Data Protection statement to reflect how you manage data.
Session Plan Template – This is a document to support clubs in delivering sessions within their club environment. Coaches can use this session plan template to their own needs, please feel free to amend as you see fit. Plans must work for you and your support workforce.
Club Skills & Qualifications – this is the one area that takes the longest and has caused clubs the most issues. Clubs must be aware of their workforce and their qualifications. This needs to be managed and this document helps clubs to keep a track of the qualifications and those that need to be updates. DBS, FA Safe hands (CWO) and Safeguarding (Coaches and CWO) need to be updated every three years.
|Club Name||Re-Accreditation date||Club Name||Re-Accreditation Date|
|Falmouth CC||2021||Newquay CC||2021|
|Gorran CC||2021||St Austell CC||2021|
|Grampound Rd CC||2021||St Just CC||2021|
|Menheniot CC||2021||Truro CC||2021|
|Mullion CC||2021||Wadebridge CC||2021|
|Roche Old Boys CC||2019||Launceston CC||2019|
|Rosudgeon CC||2019||Perranporth CC||2019|
|Beacon CC||2019||Paul CC||2019|
|Callington CC||2019||Redruth CC||2019|
|Camborne CC||2019||Werrington CC||2019|
|Hayle CC||2019||Troon CC||2019|
|Helston CC||2019||St Erme CC||2020|
|Ladock CC||2020||St Ives CC||2020|
|Mt Ambrose CC||2020||Tinatgel CC||2020|
|St Blazey CC||2020||Penzance CC||2021|
|Ludgvan CC||2021||Lanhydrock CC||2021|
|St Stephens CC||Working towards|