A CLYDEBANK gymnastics club has been awarded a funding boost to help put attendees through a prestigious coaching course.

Dynamite Gymnastics Club, based on North Avenue, received £500 from Miller Homes after the club were announced as one of their 2022 Community Fund winners across the west of Scotland. 

The money will help put gymnasts aged 16 who assist with recreational classes through their Level 1 UKCC coaching course, which allows them to contribute even further, in addition to supporting coaches reach Level 2.

The club started in 2004 to provide local children and young people with the facilities, classes and support to work towards competitive opportunities across the country. 

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Ellena Devitt, head coach at Dynamite Gymnastics Club, said: “Miller Homes has kindly donated £500 to help sponsor our gymnasts through their coaching courses.

"We have a group of enthusiastic gymnasts who are looking to further their experience, and we’re looking forward to helping them progress to the next level.”

This year ten projects across the West of Scotland received donations to help better their community as part of the 2022 Community Fund initiative. For more information on how to apply to the community fund visit Miller Homes website.

Louise Caldwell, sales director for Miller Homes Scotland West, said: “The Community Fund has been well received by projects across West Dunbartonshire, and it’s been fantastic to be able to support Dynamite Gymnastics Club on the important work they’re doing.

"Community is at the heart of our Millerbank development. We understand many projects are operating in challenging circumstances and, we’re glad to be able to help where we can, as we recognise the vital work they do to support those in the local community."

For more information on Dynamite Gymnastics Club visit their website