Marlow Rugby Club celebrates its 75th anniversary in 2022 - we are taking the opportunity to develop a new Vision and Strategy for the club that will take us forward for the next 75 years, starting with a transformational 5-10 year plan.
We are also less than a few weeks away from the start of the season and the start of the 2019 Rugby World Cup. This is the best opportunity any rugby club can have to celebrate all that is good about rugby with its members and the wider community. We plan to show many of the matches live at the rugby club, creating a great spectator experience at the club as the tournament unfolds.
With both of these programmes in mind, conducting a Volunteers and Skills audit is part of that process. This is an exciting time for the club and the Rugby World Cup in the Autumn will kick-start the journey.
This exercise is not a commitment to volunteer. Instead, the purpose is to better understand both the existing and potential volunteers workforce, as well as the unique skills that the club community has to offer, from sales to architecture or IT, whether you are a member of the club or not.
Marlow is a community amateur rugby club run by a vibrant volunteer base. This includes former players, social members, parents and many more individuals from the local community and beyond, contributing through a wide-ranging set of roles from club management to coaching or simply taking short rotas during club events.
Our club depends on this volunteer base and as we embark on the process to implement our long-term plan, it is important to understand those that are interested in actively supporting the process.
If you believe this can be of interest to non-club members in your network, feel free to forward this survey to them.
This survey has 8 questions and will take less than 3 minutes to complete.
To take the survey, please click here
If you have any questions or queries, please contact us