Funding opportunity for clubs up to£1000


Any sports club can apply as long as they are registered with their sports National Governing Body or local authority.

Funding is given to clubs on a discretionary basis, with a wide range of applications considered.  Whether it’s an underwater camera for monitoring swimming technique, the re-surfacing of a tennis court, new kit for your rugby or netball team or extra training for your coaches, there is a very open policy to what will be considered.

Full information and application details can be found on their website


LTA Leaders Qualification

Sheen Park Tennis Club are organising an LTA Leaders qualification course in September. This is aimed at teenagers aged 13 and above who want to get involved in helping at their local community tennis site.  It can be a stepping stone onto a first tennis coaching qualification.
Please follow the link below for full details and contacts at the club

Sheen Park Tennis

Sheen Parks Tennis run a number of fun local tennis competitions for Junior Players. These are open to players who might have never competed before or those who are experienced at competition. All are run by qualified LTA Referees and have medals and prizes. Below is a link to our forthcoming competition programme this September. Please contact us for further details or just enter via the links online. 

Community Heroes Awards 2019

The London Borough of Richmond Upon Thames Community Heroes Awards are open for the 2019 nominations for the next 2 weeks. They are currently looking for nominations in the Outstanding Achievement category.

Please use the link below to access full details

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London Youth Games Tennis

Team Richmond Tennis Team (pictured below) got through a tough qualifying round against Wandsworth and Hammersmith and Fulham to secure a place in the finals which take place on 22nd June.
The team was led by Team Manager Kate Maurici and Team Coach, Jean-Pierre Guillonnet, both from Sheen Parks

There were some very tough matches and the atmosphere was really exciting. All the children in the team came together to practice on Richmond Borough courts at Cambridge Gardens recently to train for the competition.

Summer Sports activity Fund

Book a place for our application workshop

Applications close 20 May 2019

Summer Sports Activity Fund (YLF)

Applications are now OPEN for the Mayor of London’s Summer Sports Activities Fund. Applications close on 20 May 2019

Funding is available for 4-6 week projects that take place over the summer school holidays and use sport to divert ‘at-risk’ young people from crime.

The funding is part of Sadiq Khan’s Young Londoners Fund. Find out more information and how to apply here.

We will be holding an information session where you can learn more about the priorities of the fund and ask questions relevant to your project idea. The event will take place at City Hall on 7 May @ 17:30. Book your space below.

Book a place for our application workshop event on the 7 May 2019


  • We will fund 4-6 week projects that use sport and other interventions to divert ‘at-risk’ young people from crime.
  • The projects must take place between Mid-July 2019 and September 2019 (school summer holidays)
  • Interviews for shortlisted applicants will take place on the 11th and 12thJune 2019
  • We will notify the successful projects on 13th June 2019.
  • We will fund approximately 35- 40 projects that will hopefully reach up to 10,000 at risk young people.
  • Priority will be given to projects that take place in the wards with the highest Serious Youth Violence (SYV) Rates.


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