The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

The Royal Caledonian Curling Club

National Governing Body for Curling in Scotland

SWCA

Full membership will be open to Wheelchair Curling Clubs which are members of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club. Individual membership will be open to any person having an interest in Wheelchair Curling and who does not have access to any full Member Club.

SWCA Committee

Honorary President: Kate Caithness
Chairperson: Albert Middler
Vice Chairperson: Rosemary Lenton
Secretary: Anne Gordon
Treasurer: Joyce White
Players’ Representative: Michael McCreadie
South Clubs Representative: VACANT
North Club Representative: Mo Simpson
Scottish Disability Sport Representative: Becky Bisland
RCCC Representative: Sheila Swan
Competitions Convenor: Margaret Cathcart
Head Wheelchair Curling Coach: Tony Zummack

SWCA Committee Meeting – Notes

April 2010
Summer 2010

Winter 2010

SWCA Membership

Full membership will be open to Wheelchair Curling Clubs which are members of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club. Individual membership will be open to any person having an interest in Wheelchair Curling and who does not have access to any full Member Club.

Scottish Wheelchair Curling Association – Aims

  1. To co-ordinate, develop and promote Wheelchair Curling among people with a disability in Scotland.
  2. To strengthen and extend the network of Wheelchair Curling Clubs throughout Scotland.
  3. To raise the profile of Wheelchair Curling in Scotland and beyond.
  4. To develop Coaches and Officials to help with the growth and development of Wheelchair Curling.
  5. To take a lead role in the development and promotion of opportunities for disabled people to participate in the Sport of Wheelchair Curling.
  6. The SWCA recognises the strategic aims of the Royal Caledonian Curling Club, the National Governing Body for the Sport of Curling in Scotland, namely:

We want Scottish Curling to be a Sport which is strong and growing in local communities around Scotland, where friendship and sportsmanship counts and that is successful on the world stage.