GDPR – Privacy Policy

From the 25th of May 2018, UK companies will come under a new set of data protection laws: The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). To ensure that you continue to receive information and email information from Lovat Shinty Club, you must OPT-IN by sending your consent to secretary@lovatshintyclub.co.uk

Your information will not be shared with any third parties and you can change your mind and opt-out of receiving marketing communications from Lovat Shinty Club at any time by contacting us at secretary@lovatshintyclub.co.uk You can see full details of our Privacy Policy on our website here.

Please note if you are a current member we still need you to provide your consent to ensure that we meet our obligations in respect of GDPR. If we don’t hear from you with a positive opt-in, you will no longer receive our email news bulletins. Thank you for taking the time to read this, and we look forward to receiving your consent.

Stoddart Crane Hire continued Sponsorship

Big thanks to Stoddart Crane Hire for their continued support for the ladies team. Kerri MacDonald pictured here with the team presenting new strips

Lovat v Glengarry Ladies in the Marine Harvest WCA Challenge Cup, played at Balgate, Kiltarlity.

£528 from Co-op Community Fund

Lovat Shinty Club have received a payment of £528 from the co-op community scheme, thanks to our members using their co-op membership cards. However, there is much more available so please keep shopping and remember to use your co-op card.

Keep up the good work!

New Pavilion Works Commence

After several years of work behind the scenes, Lovat Shinty Club are pleased to announce that the building contract has now begun. The contract for the new pavilion project has been awarded to local building firm I&K Ferguson.

This is a significant milestone for everyone involved at the club and pictured below are members of the club committee with I&K Ferguson’s foreman (and club stalwart) Davie Urquhart.

The planning process has been a long and arduous journey for those involved but with the help of our main funders Leader, SportScotland, The Highland Council, The Robertson Trust and local benefactor Iain Stewart (plus many more!) the project is now underway. The building shall have changing facilities, social space, kitchen, treatment room and will be an excellent facility for the community.

 

U12s Facebook Group

Lovat Shinty Club U12s have started up again, we’re doing the usual Friday evenings in Kiltarlity Hall for N4-P5 and also Grass Roots Festivals on Sunday afternoons fpr P1-7.

These are organised through a facebook group called ‘Lovat Shinty Club U12’s’. Any parent or carer who has children in this age group should request to join the group, and if anybody has any problems joining please email info@lovatshintyclub.co.uk and we’ll add you that way.

The facebook group is an easy way for us to organise events and let you know about any news or admin stuff.

Co-op Local Community Fund

Lovat Shinty Club have been successful in our application to the  Co-op Local Community Fund, and it is now open for members to give their 1% to Lovat Shinty Club Pavilion.

To make this as big a success as we can, you can help by following these steps;

  • Make sure you are a member of the Co-op (sign up online here https://membership.coop.co.uk/)
  • Tell the co-op (online or in store) that you want to support Lovat Shinty Club Pavilion
  • Spend lots of money in the co-op and remember to give the checkout staff your co-op card to scan
  • Smile at all the fundraising you’re doing and give yourself a pat on the back
  • Tell your friends
  • Tweet and Facebook spam about how smug you feel after all your fundraising