Our YouTube channel continues to grow, and we’re delighted to now add to it via this superb video produced by Cumbernauld AAC, featuring young athletes and coaches talking about what the club means to them.
The positive attitudes, achievement and ambition on display show a truly thriving club.
Cumbernauld AAC delivers an excellent club development programme run entirely by volunteers and boasts over 200 active athlete members.
The club is engaged in community and schools programmes with a variety of partners and operates club activity six days a week.
Cumbernauld AAC have over 25 coaches, helpers and administrators and offers all athletics disciplines – track, field, trail, cross country, and road for all age groups and abilities.
The video is the latest addition to our dedicated Clubs Playlist on YouTube.
Already featured are: Edinburgh AC, Harmeny AC, Greenock Glenpark Harriers, Aberdeen AAC, Kilmarnock Harriers, Corstorphine AAC, Kilbarchan AAC, Stornoway Running & Athletics Club, North Ayrshire Athletics Club, Edinburgh University Hare and Hounds, Garscube Harriers and Bellahouston Road Runners.
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CLUB JOB VACANCY
Development Officer with Ayr Seaforth AC
Closing Date: 11 February 2022
Salary: £10,920 (15 hours per week)
Contract Length: Fixed Term of two years, until March 2024
An exciting opportunity has arisen within Ayr Seaforth AC for a new Development Officer to join the club in partnership with scottishathletics.
The post will be funded by Ayr Seaforth, scottishathletics and Impact Funding Partners.
Ayr Seaforth AC has been in existence for over 50 years, with a current membership of over 200. The club has provided local athletes with the opportunity to take part in athletics at local, regional and national levels.
The Development Post will lead Ayr Seaforth’s Athletic Club’s efforts in expanding athletic participation to local areas where membership has traditionally been low, particularly in the north of the Ayr.
In addition to increasing new athlete numbers, the successful job holder will aim to help increase the number of volunteers required to support the Club’s anticipated growth as training is relocated from the current Dam Park location to a brand-new facility next to Ayr Academy in late 2022.
Track & Field