Charities Commission guidance to boost incident reporting

The Charity Commission has identified that too many “serious incidents” are not being reported and have issued fresh guidance to capture more incidents as they happen.

Save your team from spam

Find out how to spot spam and protect your club from cyber thieves.

Don’t trip up on data protection

Most grassroots clubs collect and store personal data, so it’s important to know the rules involved. Find out in our handy fact sheet.

Let’s get digital

Mobile apps can elevate grassroots sport to a new level. Do you know the benefits and the pitfalls behind using digital tech to get more people into sport?

Changes to termination payments tax

The way termination payments will be taxed is to be simplified with changes due in April, 2018.

Code for Good Governance

As part of the Government’s Sporting Futures Strategy, UK sporting organisations wanting to receive public funding will now have to comply with a new Code of Governance.

Dealing with a Subject Access Request

Sports clubs are increasingly being asked to respond to Subject Access Requests made by members. Does your club know how to comply?

TV Licensing updates guidance for organisations screening events

Does your club show television in the clubhouse? If so, new guidance makes clear when clubs will need to obtain a TV licence.

When are land and buildings an ‘asset of community value’?

A recent decision serves as a reminder that, if your sports club is looking to nominate land as an asset of community value, it needs to prepare a thorough and viable plan for its future use.

Government launches consultation on corporate contributions to grassroots sport

The Government has launched a public consultation on how to expand the support that can be given to grassroots sports through the corporation tax system.