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2021 Draft Agenda

scottishathletics are now pleased to announce the programme for our 2021 National Club Conference at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow, on Saturday 9 October.

Following the positive feedback received in previous years, we are delighted to once again have scottishathletics clubs at the forefront of our conference – with two clubs holding workshops on a range of topics: Springburn Harriers and Aberdeen AAC.

We will also have ’round table’ section that will allow delegates to chat to one of the development team on a range of topics.

We have made sure that we have more time for informal networking with other clubs and to create an opportunity to discuss and tackle challenges together.

scottishathletics are also delighted to bring to this year’s National Club Conference a keynote speaker and special guests.

Our keynote speaker will be announced soon but we will also have Erin Gillen, sportscotland youth ambassador, talking all about all things youth-related.

National Club Conference 2021 will be in October

Colin Hutchison, chief executive 

‘I am very excited to attend my first national club conference and engage with clubs and volunteers it looks a very wide-ranging and informative agenda,’ said David Fallon, Head of Development.

‘It’s been a very difficult 18 months or so for our clubs and volunteers and it will be fantastic to be back together in a physical format for the National Club Conference,’ said Colin Hutchison, chief executive.

Full details including the online booking have been emailed to the club secretaries.

If you wish to register your interest and have the link sent to you please email

Saturday 9 October: 9.30am to 4pm

Venue: Hilton Hotel, 1 William Street, Glasgow, G3 8HT

Cost: FREE to scottishathletics affiliated club members/£50 non-affiliated

Timetable: will be published on the website

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