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Buddle

Buddle is the rebranded Club Matters programme. Buddle is here to provide free learning and resources to inspire and support volunteers at clubs and community organisations offering sport and physical activity, and the professionals that work with them.

What is Buddle?

Buddle is here to provide free learning and resources to inspire and support volunteers at clubs and community organisations offering sport and physical activity, and the professionals that work with them.

We share the latest information, training, and tools to help overcome challenges and maximise opportunities.

We’re passionate about enabling organisations to be safe, inclusive, agile, and resilient enough to secure their long-term future and unlock the advantages of sport and physical activity for everyone.

Buddle is the rebranded Club Matters programme. We’re confident our new name and refreshed resources will have a much broader appeal and enable us to engage and reach a wider audience.

What are the benefits of using Buddle?

  • provide you with current, trusted, information, advice, and guidance to help with all aspects of developing, running, and growing a club or organisation
  • equip you with the tools and guidance you need to help your club or organisation become more inclusive and resilient
  • answer any questions you may have and help you respond to any issues you may face
  • give you access to training and development opportunities to improve and develop your skills, knowledge, and confidence
  • keep you up to date with relevant news and developments from across the sector
  • signpost you to further support from other trusted sector experts

Access the Buddle website for all the resources you need.

Nick Chellel

Strategic Workforce Officer

Nick is the Strategic Workforce Officer for Active Sussex, leading on workforce development for Active Sussex and the implementation of the Workforce Delivery Plan. Nick leads on projects such as the Workforce Investment Fund, Coach Core and Project 500, and is also the CYP Safeguarding Lead Officer for Active Sussex.

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