Holmes Chapel Boxing Club is run by a team of volunteer coaches. Club aims and objectives include:
We are affiliated to England Boxing, the National Governing Body for Amateur Boxing.
In May 2020 we became a Registered Charity (No 1189313) as part of Holmes Chapel Boxing Foundation. The club, its work with young people and wider competitive boxing will always be our heart beat. However, we always wanted to build something that is special, part of the community and accessible to as many people as possible.
Our volunteers already invest a huge amount of their time in addition to busy family lives and hectic work schedules. The Foundation allows us to achieve these wider aims and make best use of our amazing new facilities in Station Yard.
Through 2021 we will start to build a daytime schedule and deliver tailored programmes for our community partners including Schools, Healthcare providers and the ability for club sponsors to use the gym for offsite meetings and team building.
Delivery will always be by qualified boxing coaches, as we grow we will continue to invest in the team that can deliver more for Holmes Chapel and surrounding areas
A former schoolboy Amateur Boxer, James is a Level 1 Coach, Trustee of the club and lead coach for the Cadets. A retired Media executive, James also led the application to become a Charity
John is a qualified Level 1 Boxing coach and shares his knowledge as an experienced Rugby coach for juniors
Lead coach for the developing Female Boxing programme, Kerry is a qualified Level 1 coach and former competitive Thai Boxer
Head Coach of the Club and a Judge/Timekeeper for England Boxing. Kevin is a former Amateur Boxer, Level 2 coach and licensed Trainer/Second with the BBBofC
Leanne is a Level 1 coach and works with the Development Team and the Girls Boxing sessions
Qualified Level 1 coach and Club Secretary. Zoe is a lead coach and is the primary point of contact for current and prospective members
Club Welfare and Medical Officer, Helen also works as club liaison with Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School
As health advisor, Gemma is an occupational therapist specialising in neurodevelopmental disorders including Autism and ADHD. She is an Advanced Sensory Integration Practitioner.
Paul is a qualified accountant, an experienced trustee and is chair of Holmes Chapel Boxing Foundation
Tracey is also a trustee of Holmes Chapel Comprehensive School and governor at Goostrey Community Primary School. A Chartered Accountant, Tracey also oversees the club and foundations finances
Stephen moved to Holmes Chapel a few years ago having worked in the village for over ten years. He is a Project Manager for a housing company with specific experience working with resident and community groups.
Sue has been a keen supporter of the club since it opened and has children that box for the club. She is Managing Director of a Recruitment business and helps drive the community initiatives, particularly the work on positive mental health
A long time resident of Holmes Chapel, Martin is also Chair of the local Cricket Club