The Belle Vue Centre, Pink Bank Lane, Longsight, Manchester, M12 5GL
Karen Hughes - email@example.com
Nik Roberts - firstname.lastname@example.org
English Lacrosse Association
Aims and Objects
Control, promote and develop Lacrosse throughout the country.
To produce, acquire, market, print and publish periodicals, books, films, videos, electronic media and other instructional matter relating to Lacrosse.
To foster friendly relations between players, officials and administrators of all countries.
To implement and update a Child Protection Policy. This policy will ensure that the sport of Lacrosse takes all necessary steps to promote a safe atmosphere for all those children and young people involved in Lacrosse.
Lacrosse In Schools
Lacrosse is an accessible and adapatable sport that has recently enjoyed a substantial growth in numbers of schools participating in the game. The sport has been played at KS3 and 4 for over 20 years and is now played in over 22% of schools nationwide. The English Lacrosse Association has a large number of registered qualified coaches. In addition to these there are a number of full time officers ready to advise you and, in addition, during the Autumn and Spring terms there are more than 40 trained local Development officers able to assist you at your school.
For more information on Lacrosse and Education please contact Paul Coups - 07801 696537 / email@example.com
INTO Lacrosse is the English Lacrosse Association’s university participation initiative, supported by Sport England’s Active University programme. The initiative is targeted at the Higher Education sector, benefiting over 30 Universities for 3 years.
For more details on INTO Lacrosse the South West please contact Will Finlayson -firstname.lastname@example.org
UK Lacrosse and the ELA run many different lacrosse camps and days all year round. For mroe infromation please contact UK Lacrosse email@example.com or ELA Emma Mooney - 07888 715150 / firstname.lastname@example.org