Inspiring gymnastics community facility

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Inspiring gymnastics community facility

Inspiring gymnastics community facility

Gwynjim gymnastics By Gwynjim gymnastics

To equip an inspiring gymnastics facility, for the children and young people of Gwynedd and Anglesey.

Llandygai Idea stage

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The club currently runs from temporary facilities over two sites and thus restricts the number of children that can benefit. Gwynjim aims to develop an inclusive and inspiring sports facility and an open door policy for the local community that allows families to congregate improving cohesion with spirt and within the local area. The new facility will attract 600 children from the Gwynedd and Anglesey area.
The priority issues that we aim to address at the facility are:
Welsh language development through sport.
Access to gymnastics for children with special education, physical and emotional needs.
Multi agency working in the community.
Obesity and Nutrition
Excluded and vulnerable children and young people.
Encouraging children in a 'Lifetime of sport' mentality.

What we'll deliver:

  • Equip the gym

Why it's a great idea:

Research predicts that 50% of the population is expected to be obese by 2050 and that 20% of children today are classed as obese. Obesity costs the NHS 6 billion a year. Gwynjim will be teach health and nutrition to young people with the facility.
Health in Gwynedd and Anglesey has been identified as being affected by rurality and lack of access to services. The gym will access more families.
There is a significant need for a venue specialising in Gymnastics, demonstrated by long waiting lists, and distances that people travel.
We will develop long time healthy attitudes, reducing numbers of children smoking and becoming over weight in later life. Smoking rates in Gwynedd and Anglesey are one of the highest in Wales.
The gym will be responding to 10 recommendations on 'the social use of Welsh by Gwynedd's primary sector children' (hunan iaith), by improving linguistic and cultural identity through the encouragement of welsh language use out of school hours in a sport activity.

Steps to get it done:

  • We will employ local builders to develop the unit, and seek competitive prices on equipment.

Location Llandygai

Llandygai has 2 other projects and £355,000 in potential grant funding

About the space

A large industrial unit

Council

Gwynedd county council

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How will the money be spent?Total £11,324

Parallel bars - £2,989 (26%)
Asymetric bars - £2,368 (21%)
Vault - £1,567 (14%)
Gymnastics rings - £1,345 (12%)
Beam - £1,209 (11%)
Gymnastics bar - £761 (7%)
Other - £1,085 (10%)

Costs Breakdown

This shows how money raised for the project will be spent. Before entering fundraising these costs will be confirmed by the project's Delivery Manager and verified by the verifier.

26%
Parallel bars
£2,989
21%
Asymetric bars
£2,368
14%
Vault
£1,567
12%
Gymnastics rings
£1,345
11%
Beam
£1,209
7%
Gymnastics bar
£761
10%
Other
£1,085
  • Transaction Fees
    £471
  • Spacehive fees
    £379
  • VAT
    £102

Total £11,324

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