Club Officers and Other Volunteers
Coach Coordinator & Advisor
Team Managers’ Liaison
Press & Comms Secretary
David Clark and Megan Styles
Bucks AA Representative
Lance Free and Lawrie Thomas
(not a full committee member)
Parents & Carers, Can You Help?
Our club is run by volunteers, please contact us to help as highlighted in red above.
Team Managers & Other Key Volunteers
Team Manager U13s/U15s Girls Track & Field
Team Manager U13s/U15s Boys Track & Field
Team Manager U17s/U20s Girls Track & Field
Team Manager U17s/U20s Boys Track & Field
From Chiltern AC
Team Manager Men’s Track & Field
Team Manager Women’s Track & Field
Team Manager Cross Country U11s-U15s
Team Manager Winter Endurance U17s – Senior Women
Team Manager Winter Endurance U17s – Senior Men
Assistant Welfare Officer
New Members and Enquiries Secretary
Meeting and Greeting to support the Members Secretary
Event Volunteers Coordinator
Website Update and Support
Lian Chan & Jeremy Mitchell
Club Notice Board Support
Club Kit Manager
Zoe Doyle, Emma Hogbin
Social Team Member
POSITION VACANT x 3
Coaches and Coaching Assistants
Interested in Coaching or Assisting a Coach?
Help assist with any coach on Tuesday, Thursday or Saturday. No previous experience required.
As a first step you'll be encouraging athletes, keeping them organised, timing or helping to set up equipment. If you can make a few sessions, you'll learn lots of interesting techniques and, if you would like to, join in with coaching.
It's really enjoyable and rewarding!
Select “Volunteers” on the “Contact Us” page to find out more.
How Parents/Carers, Family and Friends can Earn League Points for the Club
Every club in each league needs to have a team of people at each match to help run it. This could be sitting in the stand with a stop watch, checking relay changeovers or measuring a long jump.
You'll be there anyway and asked to help, so why not earn more points and become a qualified official?
You just need to go to a beginner’s course, take an online safety test and then get 4 experiences at matches and a DBS. It couldn't be simpler and you could be qualified by the end of the season, earning much needed points for the team.
There are four main disciplines:
- Field - the long jump, discus etc
- Timekeeping – we’re reliably informed that this is the best seat in the house for races
- Track – who won? Did the relay baton make it round?
- Starter / Starter’s Assistant – make an entrance with a bang
If you're interested in officiating do have a look at the England Athletics website, or have a chat with Sally Delgado in her role as the Club Officials Administrator on a Tuesday training night or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
(updated 18th February 2020)