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Emergency Relief Fund for Sports Clubs

Over £50,000 has been awarded to sports clubs in Pembrokeshire which have had to cease operating or are experiencing financial difficulties because of Covid-19.

The funds have been made available by the Sport Wales Emergency Relief Fund and delivered through Sport Pembrokeshire.

The Emergency Relief Fund is available to not-for-profit sport clubs and organisations delivering community sport and physical activity, if it is experiencing short term financial hardship or the ceasing of operations due to the impact of coronavirus.

The following clubs in Pembrokeshire have received grants so far (totalling £53,247)

 

Organisation

Award

Tenby Golf Club

£5,000.00

South Pembrokeshire Golf Club

£5,000.00

Fishguard Sports AFC

£4,080.00

Pembrokeshire Weightlifting Club

£1,500.00

Kingsmoor Sports Association

£5,000.00

Bosherston and Stackpole Cricket Club

   £925.00

St Ishmaels Sports & Social Club

£3,000.00

Haverfordwest Bowling Club

£2,500.00

Pennar Robins Amateur Football Club

£1,000.00

Saundersfoot Bowling Club

£2,429.00

Pembrokeshire Triathlon Club

£1,500.00

South Pembs Weightlifting Club

  £900.00

Pembroke Dock Karate Club

     £300.00

Tenby Sea Cadets

£1,600.00

Narberth Cricket Club

£2,173.00

Merlins Bridge Amateur Boxing Club

£2,000.00

Lawrenny Cricket Social Club

£453.00

Hundleton Cricket Club

£1,046.00

Cresselly Cricket Club

£2,874.00

Haverfordwest Cricket Club

£1,000.00

Llangwm Cricket Club

£1,500.00

Milford Haven Sea Cadets

£2,950.00

Porthmawr Surf Lifesaving Club

£739.00

Pembroke and Pembroke Dock

Amateur Boxing Club

 

£1,078

Monkton Swifts Football Club

£1,000

Llechryd Cricket and Tennis Club

£1,700

   

 

 


ID: 6531, revised 11/06/2020