Club News

Join us for Summer Camps 2021!

  • 24 June 2021
  • cetc_secretary

Looking for something to do over the holidays? Fancy getting fitter & having loads of fun?
Our Summer Camps 2021 will start at Astro GC, Livingston on Friday 2nd July - with Camps also running at Meadowmill, East Lothian, & Lasswade, Midlothian throughout July & August.
All camps are open to all genders, ages & abilities - so if you'd like to come along- just email secretary@cityofedinburghtrampolineclub.co.uk for booking information.See you there!

Dylan's views on the SG Leadership Award!

  • 23 June 2021
  • cetc_admin

CETC piloted the first on-line delivery of the Scottish Gymnastics Leadership Award course.The course content is designed to be accessible & relevant for any club members, including gymnasts, coaches, committee members & volunteers from age 12 years & up.
Over 30 CETC learners have completed the course so far, and it’s been a great opportunity to assist our young people in gaining a transferable qualification for their CV's.
CETC & Scottish Gymnastics DMT Performance Pathway Programme gymnast, Dylan Kilfedder, was one of our young learners who completed the course during lockdown, & he has given his views on his experience in the latest edition of the SG Springboard News.
Read what Dylan & his dad Frank had to say about the course on the SG website here 

 

 

 

We're Bouncing Back - Again!!!

  • 27 April 2021
  • cetc_admin

We’re really excited to be able to announce our Bounceback from lockdown – again!!
Our first classes will resume at Astro GC, Livingston on Friday 30th April, with Lasswade following on Tuesday 11th May, & finally Meadowmill on Wednesday 12th May.
Although there are still some COVID restrictions- & indoor group sport is currently only permitted for U18’s – we can’t wait to see everyone back in the gym!!
Some classes are already full – but we do have a few spaces for new members.
If you’re interested in coming along to one of our classes for some trampolining fun- please contact the Club Secretary at secretary@cityofedinburghtrampolineclub.co.uk  for further information.
We’d love to hear from you!

SG Leadership Course

  • 8 March 2021
  • cetc_admin

CETC are the first club in Scotland to pilot the on- line Scottish Gymnastics Leadership Course. The number of CETC coaches & gymnasts showing interest enabled 3 courses to be rolled out consecutively over February & March 2021. A 4th on-line course is scheduled for CETC members in April/May.
The course content is designed to be accessible & relevant for any club members, including gymnasts, coaches, committee members & volunteers from age 12 years & up.
The 4 learning outcomes allow participants to explore areas such as understanding self & others, communication, and feedback, planning & review, and finally, leadership into practice.
We are excited that 30 learners have started their journey into leadership and it’s been a great opportunity to facilitate our young people in gaining a transferable qualification for their CV's throughout lockdown. 
Thanks to Fiona Fyfe (tutor & Performance Coach) for facilitating the courses, supported by CETC Head Coach, Lauren Jeffrey.

March Fundraiser - ‘Against Breast Cancer’

  • 6 March 2021
  • cetc_admin

CETC normally support a cancer charity each year by holding a fundraising event at the Club. As we are unable to do that this year- we have chosen to support the charity ‘Against Breast Cancer’ during the month of March - & are asking all Club members, families & friends to donate their unwanted bras to help raise vital funds for pioneering breast cancer research.
The same bras also help to support small businesses in Africa. Together with their recycling partners, their textile recovery project prevents these bras going into landfill, before giving them a new lease of life in developing countries such as Togo, Ghana and Kenya, where bras remain too expensive to produce locally.
Successful ventures like this keep many families in developing countries out of poverty whilst providing employment for people at home in the UK.
For every tonne of bras collected, Against Breast Cancer receives £700 to fund their breast cancer research. Donating as many old bras as you can - could really help make a difference!
To arrange a socially –distanced drop off/pick up please contact: head.coach@cityofedinburghtrampolineclub.co.uk