Local Rugby Plan
Local Rugby Plan
The Local Rugby Plan (LRP) has superseded the Annual Delivery Plan. The LRP is a result of what you (our Clubs) told us at the forums, which were held throughout the County earlier this year, should be the priority actions for GRFU to support you in 2019/20. That information was collated and priority actions produced and put into the LRP, this has now been submitted to and approved by the RFU.
The LRP is a living strategic document, which gives details of all the objectives and priority actions that the Local Rugby Plan Delivery Group (LRPDG) have been charged with delivering. The LRPDG will meet 3-4 times during the season to review delivery progress against the objectives and priority actions within the Plan.
The LRP, driven by the needs of you our clubs and the game in Gloucestershire, is open and transparent; it is your plan that you want us (the GRFU) to act upon. You will be able to access the latest version of the Local Rugby Plan after the meetings of the Delivery Group using the link:
However, if you have any questions about the LRP at any time during the year, please contact me, Mike Heath, as Chairman of the LRP Delivery Group.
About 12 months ago we (the GRFU) held Forums throughout the county to find out what you (our member clubs/organisations) felt should be the priority actions for GRFU to support you in 2019/20. It is that time again when we are asking you to give us your input for next season’s Local Rugby Plan (LRP) through a whole game survey. This information will be collated and priority actions produced and put not only into the LRP but into our Business as Usual Plan.
The survey is open to all of the following people within the Game who are registered on GMS:
- Committee members.
- Players who play the 15-a-side game.
- Supporters/Club members.
The LRP, driven by the needs of you our clubs and the game in Gloucestershire, is open and transparent; it is your plan that you want us (the GRFU) to act upon. Whether you are a player or the president of a club/organisation your input is very important to us, so that we can fully find out what you our member clubs/organisations need, to be sustainable in the future.
If you have multiple roles/positions can I ask you to spend a bit of your time to tell us what you think for each role that you have (the questions are different for each role) - it takes about 10 minutes to complete.
Click HERE to follow the link to the survey; the club with the most responses will win a bag of Monster branded rugby balls and cask of Dirty Rucker [that's 72 pints]
The Survey will close at midnight on Sunday 15th March 2020
End-of-year achievement is recorded using a simple green, amber, or red analysis. Green indicates that the project has been successfully completed as expected; amber that the project was partially completed and will continue in some form in the following year's plan; and red indicates that the project failed or unnecessary and requires redesign if it is to be included in the following year's plan. Actual targets are found in the note's column
Effective communication is at the heart of strategy and we welcome any constructive feedback on the plan or areas you believe we may have missed. Working together we can make a difference and take rugby in Gloucestershire to the next level.