Epsom and Ewell Sports and Leisure Council
Epsom and Ewell Sports and Leisure Council is a voluntary group made up of people who are actively involved in sports clubs and organisations within our borough.
The Sports and Leisure Council's objective is:
- To support individuals and groups to pursue higher standards in sport and leisure.
What do they do?
The Sports and Leisure Council holds regular meetings and can provide grants to both individuals and clubs in order to help them achieve their sporting and leisure goals. Additionally they offer advice on further funding opportunities and lobby the Council and other appropriate organisations on behalf of sports and leisure groups to drive forward issues and concerns.
Epsom and Ewell Sports and Leisure Council also organise the Epsom and Ewell Sports Awards in partnership with Epsom & Ewell Borough Council. To find out more about the Epsom and Ewell Sports Awards please visit the Sports Awards web page.
For more information regarding Epsom and Ewell's Sports and Leisure Council please contact the Chairman, Cliff Stevens on 020 8394 2502 or by email.
The document below sets out further information about grants and funding opportunities from the Epsom and Ewell's Sports and Leisure Council and other leisure organisations.
Epsom & Ewell Borough Council's Sports Development Team promote funding advice that is open to individual athletes and sports clubs. For more information please contact us on 01372 732000 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Royal Automobile Club’s Sporting Talent Programme
The Royal Automobile Club’s Sporting Talent Programme offers coaching and financial support for talented young sports people aged 11 to 17 from Epsom and the surrounding area.
The scholarships provide free coaching at the Club’s facilities at Woodcote Park, near Epsom, and the grants contribute to the costs of taking part in competitions. Applicants who compete in squash, tennis, golf and swimming are encouraged to apply. Applicants should be competing at county level or higher or have the clear potential to.
Full details of the schemes and a downloadable application form can be found by clicking here:
The Royal Automobile Club is one of the foremost private members’ clubs in the world. It has two clubhouses – one in London and one in Woodcote Park, Epsom. Their facilities include two 18-hole golf courses, six floodlit tennis courts, four squash courts and a 30m swimming pool. The Club is committed to encouraging young people to take part in sport and nurturing and developing sporting potential.