The East Midlands Gymnastics Association Annual Report is produced following the Annual General Meeting which is held in the first quarter of each year.
The report is made up of all the reports of the various functions of the regional committee; i.e. Chair, Treasurer, Technical Committees, Coach Education.
A representative of each affilliated Club or County is eligible to attend the AGM and vote on appointments of members of the Executive Committee and Technical Committees.
Welcome to the East Midlands Gymnastics Website.
Our aim is to provide gymnastics opportunities for all ages and abilities across the East Midlands.
The region is made up of 5 counties starting in the North with Derbyshire, then into Nottinghamshire across to Lincolnshire, then down to Leicestershire, and finally finishing with Northamptonshire in the South.
The counties have a wide and varied programme and cover the majority of the main disciplines within our sport.
As you will see each of the main disciplines in turn has a page on the web site, so you should be able to find the right information through their page.
There is a technical committee for each of the disciplines that provide details of the competitions, judging and other information including competition rules.
The EMGA accounts for one of the 10 regions that form the English Gymnastics Association that in turn is the regional arm of British Gymnastics. We work as one organisation to provide opportunity and development for our sport both regionally, nationally and internationally.
To help the region function we have a regional exec team consisting of a Chair, a Treasurer, Secretary and Regional Welfare officer. In conjunctions with the exec there is the BG development team consisting of an Area Manager and a number of Club Development Co-ordinators. The development team actively work with the regions clubs to ensure we are able to help our clubs and disciplines meet the demand of our customers, now and in the future.
The final part of our jigsaw is the Workforce Development arm. The Workforce Development Co-ordinator ensures that the Voluntary and Professional workforce within the region have the opportunity to develop themselves and their clubs, providing courses and managing the regions tutor/assessor workforce.