GP&R, like most clubs, relies heavily on the hard work, commitment and dedication of volunteers and we are always looking for more people to help - and you don't have to play the game to get involved!
Many volunteer tasks do not require a knowledge of cricket or involve a heavy or regular commitment of time and we won't ask you to take on more than you can manage.
Helping out is a great way to get to know people at the club and contribute to the club's development. Not only is it a chance to 'give something back' but voluntary work looks great on your CV and is often looked upon favourably by prospective employers.
So whether you are a player, family, friend or someone who would like to become part of the club, why not get involved? - willing helpers are never turned away!
Just contact Chris Webber, Membership Secretary, using the 'contact' section of the website, or download and complete a Volunteer Agreement Form.
GPRCC Volunteer Agreement Form.doc
Some of the jobs volunteers can do:
Coaching and coaches assistants
no previous cricket experience is necessary to obtain coaching qualifications and help our junior or senior sections.
Umpires and scorers
training courses and qualifications are available, again no experience is necessary.
Teas and catering
help is always welcome on weekend afternoons for seniors and Sunday mornings for juniors.
from selling raffle tickets to negotiating sponsorship and advertising.
Organising social events
to help raise funds and maintain a friendly, family atmosphere.
painting, plumbing, electrical, carpentry, ground maintenance, pitch marking.
legal, accountancy, architecture.
and help with child welfare and protection.
assisting the junior or senior sections with fixtures, meetings, grants, awards etc.
a variety of roles, see 'Club Officials'.
help with transport, particularly for the junior section.
please be aware that you will be required to comply with our child protection policy and complete any necessary vetting proceedures.