1950s 1970s 2010 This club spirit is what has kept the club going during its 109 year history and continues to drive the club forward. Planning is taking place to upgrade the changing rooms after the new net facilities were installed last year. Additional drainage is being added to the ground by members. The club is also working with Cricket Scotland and Sports Marketing Network to make the club an integral part of the community and not just a cricket club, already the club: • Fund a coach in local primary schools • Provides a home for the Falkirk Company of Archers • Have provided a much needed nursery for the area which is already well on the way to reaching capacity and provide jobs to the local area • Has given free access to its grounds to local community groups Club Set Up The club is a Community Interest Company which is a normal limited company with extra features to mark it out as a Social Enterprise. A CIC has to carry out activities which fulfil a community purpose which is defined when the application is made to set the CIC up. Club's Activites To provide and maintain sporting, namely cricket, facilities for Falkirk and the surrounding Provide practical experience in coaching for coaches and aspiring coaches who require such experience for their CPD, to achieve coaching qualifications or any other purpose. To help, where possible, other local sports clubs and to become a Community Sports Hub.
Keeping in touch As a club we try to stay in touch and make sure everyone is as involved as they want to be and kept up to date. This is done through many mediums newsletter, website, Facebook, Twitter and the old fashioned way of chatting! If you have any questions at any point please get in touch via email email@example.com or by speaking with any of the coaches or Helen at the practices, we like to talk! Newsletter If you have supplied us with an email address you will be on the newsletter distribution list, if you have not received one please email the address above and let us know. Website A lot of information is available on the club’s website (www.wrcc.org.uk). There you will find latest news, archived newsletters, details of all events as well as a host of statistics, pictures, history and club related downloads. HOME Westies