HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB September 2011 How to get in touch: Working with QMSU: How to Run a Sports Club Dominic Bell, Vice President Student Activities Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8043 This document is designed to give you an overview of how a Sports Club functions within QMSU. It should act as reference for when you want to do anything like use your Subs or Grant account, edit your webpage, book rooms or facilities, and much more. However, this is only an introduction and it may not answer all your questions. Get in contact to find out more. James Mountain, Sports Clubs Co-ordinator Dominic Bell Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8031 Toby Emmerson, Sports Development Manager Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8451 More Contacts on page 16 Toby Emmerson CONTENTS Your Union: An Introduction for Sport Clubs Page 2 Fixtures, Matches, and Appeals Page 14 Setting Up A Sports Club Page 3 Strength & Conditioning Page 14 Controlling Finances Page 4 Get Active Page 15 Websites and Promoting Your Club Page 6 Contacts Page 16 Committees and Elections Page 9 Representing Your Club Page 10 Union Awards Page 11 Developing your Club Page 12 Running an Event Page 13 Page 2 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Your Union: An Introduction to Club Sport As a Sports Club, there are some people that you'll work with more closely than others, in particular the Vice President Student Activities (VPSA), Dominic Bell, who is responsible for all Sports Club, Societies, Volunteering, and Charity Fundraising at Queen Mary and Barts & The London. also call on the Barts & London Clubs and Societies Officer. www.qmsu.org/sabbs. There are also part-time officers who will be representing your needs (see Representing Your Sports Club). They are Dominic Todd, Sports Officer (for QM Sports Clubs) and the Barts Clubs and Societies Officer (for Barts and London Sports Clubs). If you're a Barts & The London Sports Club, you can The VPSA is a Sabbatical Officers (“Sabb”): a student elected by other students to represent them. Queen Mary Students' Union (QMSU) employs five Sabbatical Officers who work full time in the Union. You can find out who all your sabbs are at What You Need To Where can you find us? Know About The Union Queen Mary Students' Union does a lot. As well as running Sports Clubs, the Union: Promotes the interests and welfare of students at Queen Mary and Barts & London to staff of the College, in particular to the Principal and Vice Principals of the College. Provides academic advice and support when you're in difficult situations Provides other social, sporting, and recreational activity including managing several venues across our campuses. As a Sports Club, there are a number of the Students‟ Unions venues that you can use. The most important one for you is the Bancroft Road (indicated on the map below as Drapers Bar, Qmotion). This is where the Sports Clubs Coordinator, Sports Development Manager and many other staff are based. It is where you should go if you want to discuss anything about running your Sports Club. Other venues that may be of use to you are BLSA, Ground, Drapers Bar, and Qmotion. These venues can be booked for events or sessions you may want to put on (see Booking Facilities in this pack to find out more). For Barts & London Sports Clubs and Student Groups, you also have the Barts & London President who is based in the Association building, also known as BLSA (pictured below). Page 3 Setting up a Sports Club We have 52 Sports Clubs but you still might not see something you like that QMSU offers. If so, why not start up a new Sports Club? All our Sports Clubs are student-led and you can apply to make your Club affiliated at any time throughout the year. Just get in contact with Dominic Bell, Vice President Student Activities, at [email protected] or one of the Club Sport staff. You'll be guided through the process summarised here... Double-check that your idea for a Sports Club is not already offered by QMSU. If it is then your application for a new Club won't be accepted. Arrange a meeting with a member of Club Sport staff or the VPSA. Write your 'core aims and objectives' as mission statements. What activities do you want to offer to students? What do you want to be able to achieve? Is it being offered already by anyone else? Where will you train? What equipment will you need? Will you need a coach? Once you've decided your core aims and objectives, insert them into a Constitution. You‟ll be guided through the process of writing a Constitution when you meet with QMSU. You'll need to make up a Committee which needs to include as minimum a President and Treasurer. You can create as many different positions as you think are necessary to run your Club. Fill out a Basic Club Information Form downloadable from www.qmsu.org/sports/sportsinfo or collect one in person from QMSU. Send it back to [email protected] with all the questions answered. Once you've finished all the documents and they've been authorized by the Vice President Student Activities, you'll be given an induction session into all the basic things you'll need to know to run your Sports Club in accordance with QMSU – most of which you can read in this guide. HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 4 Controlling Your Finances Controlling your finances is crucial to having a successful Club. The best way of controlling your finances is planning your expenditure and income at the beginning of the year. The Subs Account Every Club has a Subs Account. This is a bank account which is set up for you so that you can raise funds. It is managed by the Union so if ever you want to find out the status of your Subs Account you should ask for an update. It is where all your membership fees and any other income made by you is deposited. You can raise money in a number of different ways, for instance: Membership Sponsorship from external organisations Donations from individuals such as alumni Kit fees Transport fees Events and ticket sales And here are some golden rules when it comes to income you've raised: It is very important that you deposit any income you've raised into to your Subs Account as soon as you possibly can. Cash, cheques or online payments are accepted. Don't use income to pay for other expenses, just go back through the Subs account for any other expenses. It is against our rules and regulations for any Club to have a bank account other than those created by QMSU. There are some heavy penalties for any groups that are found out because it can be interpreted as fraud! If you have an accurate and healthy record of the income your club has made, the Union will be able to see this income and reward you properly for it (see „Developing Your Club‟ in this guide). The Grant Account Some clubs will have been given a Grant Account by the Union. A Grant is an award to your club from the Union. It is a portion of the Union‟s Block Grant which is the Union‟s own reward from the University. The Grant that you may receive is public money and so can only be used on aspects that are agreed as ‘core’ activity. In other words both the club committee and the Union have to agree on what activities that you provide for your members are directly linked to your aims and objectives. The following areas have been identified by the Union as follows: Promotion and Stationary Speakers, Coaches, Instructors Expenses Affiliations, Licences, and Entries Equipment, services, maintenance, and hire Travel (50% only) Health and Safety Page 5 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Controlling Your Finances continued... Each club‟s Grant Account is ultimately decided by the Union. However, it is not a flippant decision. The Union asks each club to fill out a Budget Pack over the summer before the new financial year (beginning 1 st August). The Union then allocates its total budget out fairly and evenly. In the lead up to the budget application deadline, the Union tries to meet and advise with each society to help them submit the best application they can. The budget application is just one part of the Budget Pack that is sent out to societies in this period. The other documents in this pack include a Basic Club Information Form and a Sports Club Development Questionnaire. The Basic Club Information Form is important for maintaining contact with QMSU and giving us fundamental information about your club. The Development Questionnaire is integral to getting the best grant out of the Union. It is explained in more depth in „Developing Your Club‟. Claiming, Spending, and Depositing 1. Claiming If you need to make „quick‟ spends, then you may have to pay up front with your own cash, but if you keep a receipt you can claim back your expenses. First, check the club‟s account with QMSU or your President or Treasurer (who should know) to make sure there are funds to claim from, go to www.qmsu.org/sports/ sportsinfo to download the ‟Payment Request Form‟ and get your President or Treasurer to sign you off, then hand it in. And be careful, if the funds aren‟t available then you are liable. 2. Purchase Orders If you don‟t want to be out of pocket for a week or two, or what you're trying to buy is just too expensive for you to pay up front, then ask us. Download the „Purchase Order Request Form‟ and fill in what you want to buy, who from, and how much you think it is. Don‟t forget to find out whether VAT is included in the price you‟ve been quoted and if you‟re buying from a biggish company ask for an Order Number. 3. Depositing cash, cheques or making online payments into your account If you want to deposit cash or cheque, you can bring it into the Blomeley Centre where we‟ll cash it up with you. Don‟t leave without a receipt from us! If you want to make an online payments or coordinate a payment from a sponsor then download the „Sales Invoice‟ form and fill in contact details and give us a reference for what the deposit is for. ―Each Clubs Grant Account is ultimately decided by the Union.‖ Page 6 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Websites and Promoting Your Club There are a number of ways you can promote your Club, whether it's online through a website, facebook, other social media, our Student Bulletin, or in physical forms such as postering, flyering, booking stalls on campus or advertising in our student newspapers Qmessenger and Vulture. The best thing to do is to use all of them. In this section we'll tell you how you can make the best of each method. 1. Website—www.qmsu.org The QMSU website gets approximately 10,000 hits from unique users every month. The Clubs and Societies main page was in the top 5 nearly every month last year. Every Sports Club is given a mini-site when it's set up and affiliated with the Union eg www.qmsu.org/ qmhockey. Page 7 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB 1. Website continued... If you haven't logged in to the qmsu website or you're not a member of the Club then this is the screen you'll see. There is an email address, link to another website, short blurb describing the Club, its President, contacts and the option to join the society. with whatever email address you tell us is your main contact. It's recommended that you create an email account for your Club in case you don't want mail going to your personal account. Make sure you make the Union aware of the best contact address for your Club so we know who to send news and important information to. The email address shown is an address that the Union will give you but it will be hooked up Getting Admin Access to Edit Your Website Further ―The QMSU website gets approximately 10,000 hits Once you're logged into the QMSU website and join a Club you'll be able to see a lot more on this page. The possibilities of what you can put up on this webpage are virtually limitless. If you want to be able to edit your website further then you'll need to get admin access. We will only give admin access to students who are members of the Club and who have had a training session on how to use the website. This is because with admin access you're able to make a lot of changes including deleting important web content! Enquire at the Union on how to get a one-to-one training session so that you can become a web admin or email [email protected] There's literally no end to what you can do on the website such as upload videos and pictures, create news feeds, fundraise for charity, post your work and literature, link up with your facebook groups etc, sell tickets and products and more. from unique users every month.‖ HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 8 2. Social Media – Facebook, Twitter, Youtube QMSU has its own Facebook, Twitter, and Youtube accounts. As a Club you should become friends, follow, and add your videos to these to get the most coverage. Our Facebook page is called 'Queen Mary Students Union (QMSU)' and our group is called 'Queen Mary / QMUL / QMSU Freshers 2011'. Make sure you also add „Qmsu Sport‟ as a friend as a lot of updates get on its wall. Beware! There are a lot of rogue Facebook accounts out there pretending to be us but if you don't see the Vice President Student Activities on the group or any other recognisable member of staff then you can be sure it's not one of ours. Our Twitter account is called QM Students' Union and you can follow QMSU sport @qmsu_sport. Our Youtube account is called qmsulovesu. You can find all the links at www.qmsu.org/ socialnetwork Make sure you've invited Dominic Bell, Vice President Student Activities, and Qmsu Sport to your facebook groups and made QMSU aware of your groups so we can keep you and your members up to date with what's going on at QMSU. 3. QMessenger ―Shout about the success of your Club.‖ Qmessenger is our student newspaper. It goes out every week and is written by students. It's a perfect medium to advertise and write about your Club. We're always looking for articles about your activities but we also give space to free advertising so if you want to reach the wider student community then this is a good way of getting attention. To get something in the paper, enquire with our Vice President Communications at [email protected] and find out who the sports editors are. 4. Student Bulletin QMSU sends out a Student Bulletin to every student via email every Monday. Queen Mary and Barts & London has approximately 17,000 students. If you want to send a message to the entire student body enquire with Vice President Student Activities at [email protected] You'll need to have your message authorized because you can probably imagine that there is a lot of competition to send messages out on the Student Bulletin. QMSU has to monitor what information it sends out. Some good advice is to use the student bulletin sparingly and wisely. You'll only be given the privilege in exceptional circumstances. Lastly, the Student Bulletin can only take plain text. Sadly, that means no pictures, no bold lettering, no change of font – so think about your text carefully. BL Clubs can also send ask George Ryan, BL President, to put in a message into the BL student bulletin. HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 9 4. Postering, Flyering and Stalls Space is at a premium at Queen Mary and Barts so we have to control the amount of posters on campus. That means that if you want to put posters up you need to get your posters authorized by QMSU. Make sure what's on your poster won't be offensive to anyone because we won't be able to authorize your posters and it could cost you money. The current regulation states that only 40 A4 or 20 A3 can be posted by any one Club at any one time. If you go above your quota you may find that your posters are taken down by staff – again costing you money. There are also designated poster boards where you can put up your posters. They are dotted all around campus but mainly you can find them in QMSU buildings or academic departments. Posters are strictly prohibited from walls, doors, windows, and monuments so if you put up posters on buildings etc that aren't designated then your posters will be taken down and repeat offenders could have other sanctions put on their Club. There is no cap on the amount of flyers that you can have authorized but again make sure your flyer won't be misconstrued or found to be offensive. Finally, if you want to book a stall to have on campus, then you can do so by asking QMSU reception. We are able to provide a limited number of tables which you can borrow and you can collect from the Blomeley Centre. Committees and Elections The size of your committee, what positions you have, and who is in them is largely up to the club and what you think is best. There are so many different variations but here are some basics. Remember they should be clearly shown in your constitution: President Every Club must have a President. The President is responsible for the Club and all its dealings. He/she should ensure that the Club is fulfilling all its basic functions while also driving the Club forward as they see fit. The President is also the signatory for any expenses (see Controlling Your Finance) as well as making room bookings with the University (see Booking Facilities). The President is usually the main contact with QMSU. Treasurer Every Club must also have a Treasurer. The Treasurer is responsible for the Club's finance and can also sign expenses. They should chase and keep records of all the Club's finances. They are also responsible for the forward planning of the Club. The Treasurer acts very much like a Vice President. Many Clubs have other positions such as a Vice President, Secretary, Social Secretary or Events Secretary, Communications Secretary or Webmaster, Kit Secretary, etc The terms of reference and the relevance of each officer you can decide for yourself and depends very much on what the Club is set up to do. You can also discuss with the Union your committee structure. ―Acting as a Club President or Treasurer will develop a wide range of skills, making you more employable‖ Page 10 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB You've decided your committee structure. Now how do you run your elections? There are some strict procedures for running elections because they have to be fair and democratic. It is the President's responsibility to organise the elections. Here’s a suggested way of running your election: The President will announce the date of the Club‟s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and will notify the Vice President Student Activities of when nominations will open and close. Nominations must open with at least seven days notice of the date of the AGM. It's recommended that each candidate speak for a limited time and answer a round of questions from members. Even if there is only one candidate, the candidate should still supply a nomination form before end of nominations as members may choose not to vote for the uncontested candidate but instead vote for re-open nominations (RON). For any AGM to stand a minimum number of votes to make it all count must be decided by the Club. This should be written into your Constitution as percentage of total signed up members. Any student running for election or intending to vote must be a fully paid member of the Club. We track students joining up to Clubs so you can get an official members list from the Union. If it is too difficult for the Club to get enough members to the AGM then the election can be postponed to another date or an election can be held over email. The same rules will apply for an election taken place over email. The count should be conducted by at least two impartial committee members who are at not running for election and the result should be communicated to the VPSA. The result should be published to all members and to the Vice President Student Activities at [email protected] Representing Your Club Ever wanted to change the way something is done at QMSU? Ever wanted to get more out of the Union? Or ever wanted to be a bigger figure in the Union? If so, then you should start representing yourself and your peers. Up until now Clubs have been represented by the Vice President Student Activities, Sports Officer, and Barts & London Clubs & Societies Officer. They are elected into position to lead and voice student opinion. These positions are still currently in place and so you should get to know these people if you have an issue, concern, or new idea you want to see happen at University. But now, for the first time there are going to be more and better chances for you to voice your opinions... Dominic Bell – Vice President Student Activities email: [email protected] tel: 0207 882 8043 Dominic Todd – Sports Officer email: [email protected] Position to be filled – Whitechapel Clubs and Societies Officers email: [email protected] HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 11 New to 2011-2012 New to 2011-12 is the Club Sport Advisory Board (CSAB) which will be made up of the Vice President Student Activities, the Sports Officer, and the Barts & London Clubs and Societies Officer, as well as a number of students representing the following different areas of Club Sport: Women's Men's Indoor ―The Club Sport Outdoor Advisory Board Water Racket Martial Arts Dance is new for 2011-12.‖ Get yourself nominated into one of these positions and become an Advisor to the Union and Sabbs. There are no restrictions except to be a member of a Sports Club. Club Sport Advisory Board (CSAB) The Club Sport Advisory Board will take into account Mile End and Whitechapel Sports Clubs. It will meet twice a term to discuss the most important issues relating to Clubs such as: - Clubs Rules and Regulations - Development of Sports Clubs - Clubs events such as Colours & Honours, Association Dinner, Merger Cup, and events in Drapers and at BLSA The Union Awards Every year at the end of the second semester QMSU holds its Colours & Honours Awards. It's a ceremony put on to celebrate every aspect of the Union, of which Sports Clubs are an important part. HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 12 The Union Awards continued... QMSU holds it‟s Colours and Honours Awards for students who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to advance their year at the end of the second semester. It's a ceremony put on to celebrate every aspect of the Union, of which Societies and Student Groups are an important part. Students who have gone above and beyond the call of duty to advance their Club can be nominated for Club Colours by the President of the Club. There are also the coveted awards for „Club of The Year‟ and „Best New Student Group of the Year.‟ How do you win these? By fulfilling and going beyond your 'core aims and objectives' By involving a great number of students and driving participation By improving the image of Clubs By managing and communicating well with QMSU Last year QM Football Club won the „Club of The Year‟! BLSA holds it‟s Association Dinner every year in celebration of its Clubs & Societies and awards its members at the end of their degree at Rites of Passage. Developing Your Sports Club Over the past year QMSU has had a keen eye on developing sport. A strategy group with two of the Vice Principals of the University has been meeting for a year with QMSU, an external consultant has been hired, and now the message is getting round that we‟re looking for Sports Clubs to join in. Significant sums of money have been granted from the University in previous years to raise capital and equipment for our Clubs and bring them up to spec. Now, we‟re looking to invest into Coaching so if you have a Coach or are looking for one let us know because we will look to support. In the summer just gone we asked Clubs to fill out a Development Questionnaire as part of the Budgeting Pack for 2011 . We asked how Committees would like to develop their Club for the next year. It was a simple tick box exercise with the chance also to elaborate on why you had ticked certain boxes were and not others. This has given us some idea of where you want to go and we‟ll be building on this and feeding your plans into what we‟re doing. Here are some areas that we see a Club could develop. Clearly some of the options are not applicable for some groups but that's because we cater for such a wide variety of different groups: ―Participation in a Sports Club opens up many development opportunities.‖ - Facilities - Coaching - Competition and Performance - Increasing Participation and Sustainable Growth - Leadership, Skills, Personal Development and Governance - External Relations And more...If you would like to start work on a Development Plan with QMSU contact James Mountain at [email protected] HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 13 Running an Event Decide with the committee how the event relates to the aims and objectives of your Club. STEP 2 Arrange a meeting with the VPSA or SSC to discuss your ideas. STEP 3 Following the meeting complete the Event Budget Proposal Form. STEP 4 STAGE 1 – 6 weeks prior to the event STAGE 1, STEP 1 STAGE 3 - THE EVENT! HAVE FUN! STAGE 4 – Step 1 SETTLING FINANCES – Ensure all final payments are completed with suppliers. All receipts and sales need to match up with expenditure. Hand this information into the QMSU. Speak to the SSGC or VPSA. EVALUATION – analyse the information from your evaluation sheets. If you forgot to do this you could send out an on-line questionnaire to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your event. DEBRIEF - the committee and QMSU with your results. STAGE 3 EXPENDITURE - Payments need to be made through QMSU (Promo Material, Venue Bookings, tickets). Speak to the Sports Clubs Coordinator or VPSA. Tickets can be sold on the QMSU website or you can sell hard copies of tickets. All money to be paid into the QMSU. Make sure you give people a receipt when you sell a ticket. INCOME – Any money generated from your event needs to be paid into your Subs Account through QMSU. Speak to the SSC or VPSA. All promotional material needs to be authorised by the VPSA and include the QMSU stamp / logo. Remember to promote your event on your social networking sites. STAGE 4 – 1 week after the event STAGE 2, STEP 1 – START TO PLAN YOUR STAGE 2 – 3 weeks prior to the Complete a Financial Risk Assessment Form and contingency plan. Complete a Health and Safety risk assessment. AUTHORISATION FROM VPSA WILL BE NEEDED TO MOVE ONTO STAGE 2 HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 14 Fixtures, Matches, and Appeals Considering the number of leagues and competitions that Clubs play in it would be difficult to discuss all their rules and regulations. However, it advisable that the team captains (and chairpersons) familiarise themselves with the rules and regulations of what ever competition they‟re playing in. The most important information to take note of is the process of appealing if you think the opposition is playing sour. For BUCS competitions there is a „Playing Under Protest‟ form. It is always worth having one of these residing in your kit bag as not all opponents are as honourable and chivalrous as us! For ULU fixtures, it‟s your team captain‟s reSome general You should always give much tips: more time than you would think for to organise fixtures. sponsibility planning an event. QMSU's policy on events says that unless you have an Do budget not sitapproved on problems. Contact the Sports event six weeks in advance of the dateMake of your event sure youthen know when your bookings are for Clubs Coordinator or another member the yourpitches it cannot go ahead. That means you'll need toofmake case toorQMSU a the sports hall. Ask us to find out if Sports asap. long time Department in advance for an agreement to be reached. And riskier the youthe don‟t know. case the more time you'll need to get to approval. If a problem upstudent let us know, thewill op-always QMSU wants to comes promote activityletand look to support You should help us in booking travel for you so position know, and, if you can, download a students' activities. That's why we have a responsibility to make sure that tell us what you want. You‟re responsible for „Playing Protest‟ form our website every event Under we approve comes in from on budget. referees if needed but ask if you‟re unsure how www.qmsu.org/sports/sportsinfo. If you If you have an event approved, you also, as andon‟t affiliatedtosociety of QMSU, go about it. have a form make one. have a responsibility to make sure it's a financial success. In having your event approved, you have reached a privileged position and have effectively Remember that towhen been given the right spendthe moreopposition money thansign, was actually awarded to you they‟re „signing witness‟ of and necessarily in your Grant at the to beginning thenot financial year (see Controlling Your agreeing with anything. Finance). BUCS fixtures are organised by QMSU. Strength & Conditioning QMSU have been running a Strength & Conditioning programme for a select few clubs for 3 years now and we‟re hoping to get a few more on board. The programme is coordinated by our Fitness Manager of Qmotion, who tests, monitors, and develops the strength of athletes to improve their performance in competition. There is a panel who decide which clubs can feature in the programme and base their decision on a written application, interview with the club, and its history. QMSU want to get a group of committed individuals and committed clubs to push through the programme If you‟re interested get in contact with Mark Morrison at [email protected] or another member of the Sports Department. HOW TO RUN A SPORTS CLUB Page 15 „Get Active‟ is a new scheme being run by QMSU which utilises some of the Sport England funding. The program‟s aim is to provide fun, convenient and affordable sporting opportunities so anyone can just „turn-up-and-play‟. There will be over 40 sessions each week in a variety of sports. The general idea is to provide sporting opportunities to people that do not wish to heavily commit to one of the established clubs, or wish to try their hand at something new. People will be able to attend on the day, pay a small fee (no more than £1.50 each session if it isn‟t free). There will also be the potential for groups of friends or different departments to enter a team into competitions. You can enter with hall mates, course mates, or anyone. It is unlikely that this scheme will have a major impact upon Clubs. For larger clubs it may push you on to realise your potential by putting out stronger teams. The sports that are running are: Athletics Badminton Basketball Climbing Cricket Football Judo Netball Table Tennis Tennis Go on the website to see the full timetable and sessions available www.qmsu.org/getactive CONTACT US: Address: Queen Mary Students‟ Union, 432 Bancroft Road, London, E1 4DH Queen Mary Students‟ Union, The Blomeley Centre, Feilden House, Westfield Way, London, E1 4NP Reception Tel: 0207 882 8030 Sports Clubs Coordinator, James Mountain (based at Bancroft Road) Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8031 Sports Development Manager, Toby Emmerson (based at Bancroft Road) Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8451 Sport & Fitness Manager, Charlotte Kendrick (based at Bancroft Road) Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8457 Get Active Coordinator, Damian Lyons (based at Bancroft Road) Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 5765 Fitness Manager, Mark Morrison (based at Bancroft Road) Email: [email protected] Tel: 0207 882 8044 Contact Sabbs... 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