Squash Wales launch new 2020-2025 Strategy
Following a year of consultation with staff, players, officials and the squash community, Squash Wales is proud to unveil its new strategy that will take the organisation forward over the next five years.
Reflecting the wider change in the Welsh sporting landscape the strategy focuses on getting more people, more active, more often and building a more resilient squash community through opportunities for lifelong participation in all forms of the game.
As well as building on high profile success of Welsh squash stars Joel Makin and Tesni Evans, the Squash Wales 2020-2025 strategy provides an operational framework for achieving the Squash Wales mission of “creating a positive and sustainable environment where everyone can reach their potential within all aspects of a vibrant squash community.”
With seven headline strands, the Squash Wales strategy touch on Health and Wellbeing, developing a fit-for-purpose membership model, promoting the game, equality and accessibility, a review of the existing player pathway, developing more opportunities and ensuring efficient back-office function and governance structures.
Squash Wales Operations Manager Roy Gingell and Performance Director David Evans are already working to implement a staffing and resource review which will see new staff appointments in both North and South Wales with staff work programmes being closely aligned to the new strategy.
Squash Wales Chair, Phil Brailey said
“We are delighted to launch our new strategy which is designed to grow the grassroots squash game, as well as ensuring we continue to punch above our weight on the international stage. By ensuring we have in place robust operational processes and staffing structures, together with data driven reporting and performance measures, we will maximise impact for our members”
Any queries regarding the above should be addressed to the Chair, Phil Brailey. Tel: 07778 803580. Email: email@example.com