02
February
2017

Prince Harry salutes Coach Core graduates

PH Visit 010217The Royal Prince attended the graduation ceremony for the Coach Core apprentices yesterday. The programme, which offered sports coach training to young local people in Nottingham, was delivered by a partnership of sports clubs and coaching providers in the city, including our two great football clubs, Notts CCC and, of course, Epic. Our apprentices, Tom, Cain and Amelia, were very proud to be presented with their graduation certificates, and we're pleased to announce that 2 of the graduates have been offered a further contract with Epic. Well done guys! The event was held at the Council House, and featured entertainment provided by artists that attend the Community Recording Studio (CRS) as part of the Full Effect project, a partnership between Epic and CRS, funded by The Royal Foundation. It was a fabulous day and another opportunity for Epic's staff to meet with Prince Harry and celebrate their experiences over the past year. 

30
January
2017

Community Games Fun-Fest Fast Approaching

CG Leaflet Feb17Yes, its that time of the year again! As part of our Children in Need funded programme of activities, and with additional support provided by intu, we'll be running our first Community Games holiday club of 2017 from 14th to 16th February. There'll be the usual choice of healthy games and activities for children aged 8-12 to take part in, including swimming, dance and kickboxing sessions. And it's only £2 for the whole day!

Bring the kids along.

For more information, contact Pete on 0115 8372021 

30
January
2017

Epic are looking for a new CEO!

Our Chief Executice Officer Helen Davis is moving on to take up a role at Sports Nottinghamshire in February, so Epic are looking for a new CEO. If you're interested in supporting our community, whilst driving the organisation forward, take a look on the http://epicpartners.co.uk/index.php/job-opportunities page for more details on the role.

09
January
2017

Multisports at KK is back!

Epic's Monday Night programme of activities continiues tonight at KK Sports & Leisure Centre. There's football, kwik-cricket, tag-rugby on offer on the outdoor all-weather pitches, as well as introductory kicking-boxing sessions indoors. There'll be a walking bus service from William Booth School, via Edale Rise School, to the leisure centre. The fun starts at 4:30pm! 

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