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									            Economy & Enterprise
         Overview and Scrutiny Panel
               21 January 2010
Presented by: Shane Chalmers, General Manager
        Presentation

School Partnerships
Doncaster Rugby League Club
Doncaster Athletic Club
Lakeside Health & Fitness
Playing for Success
Doncaster Belles
Future Community Initiatives
Financial Overview
Overdraft Opportunities
   School Partnerships 2009

Playing for Success 30 schools

Soccer Centre 20 schools

Athletics Club 6 schools

FITC visit 25 schools per week

Active Doncaster schools

Partnerships with Colleges

13 weeks work placements for 9
students
        Doncaster Rugby League Club




New Management from November 1st

New contract agreement set up

All match day costs covered in new agreement

Pre season friendly with Hull KR

Relationship with the RFL is very strong for
further rugby internationals at the stadium
      Doncaster Athletic Club

The club has grown from 150
members to 600+ since relocating to
the Keepmoat Stadium

Now has 2 International athletes

20 registered disabled athletes

12 junior club members reached the
English Schools Championship final

Track & Field also being used by
Active Doncaster, Sports Relief,
Rotherham United, Gym members.....
           Lakeside Health & Fitness Club

Current membership stands at 774

Membership has grown from 350 members in Dec 2007
to 774 in Dec 2009

Retention of members is 61% (national average is 55%)

Income has grown from £8,044 (‘07) - £194,196 (Dec’09)
              Playing for Success

Part of the Governments Children's Programme

Aimed at fulfilling young peoples potential

In the last academic year young people from 30
different schools attended the PfS centre at the
stadium

The stadium supports the centre any way it can
by giving access to all areas of the stadium
               Doncaster Belles

The Belles have submitted an application to
join the Super League in 2011/2012

Stadium requirements are to play 9 matches on
the main pitch

All match day costs are included in the new
agreement, this is being funded by the FA
              Future Community Iniatives

Hollyoakes Charity match 7 March
Britbowl 2010 in July
England U21’s, 3 March
Prom’s, wedding exhibitions Brass Band event, Free gym
inductions, increasing football leagues, partnership
working with Free Press and local radio stations
                   Financial overview of the stadium

2009 showing a small profit of £6,000
By having a focused strategy for income and expenditure
The business model going forward will provide a £40,000 profit per year
on average, which would allow for a decreased overdraft which is
currently £1m however, the average overdraft facility used is £400,000
                 Overdraft Opportunities

Summer concert
Amphitheatre productions
FA and RFL International matches
Regional Award Ceremonies with the Free Press
East Stand Development
Attracting further high profile events to the stadium
These will all assist in reducing the overdraft facility
year on year
You should be very proud of
 your Community Stadium

Do you have any questions?




     Thank you for visiting the stadium earlier today.
           Shane Chalmers, General Manager

								
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