The Grosvenor House Hotel are proud to support local clubs and teams in Skegness. helping to champion the talent of the future
East Coast Juniors FC
East Coast Juniors Football Club is one of the largest junior football clubs in the Lincolnshire area. Established back in 1994 with just one team, the club has gone from strength to strength and now has 13 teams playing competitive football across Lincolnshire. East Coast Juniors are a leading provider of football to boys, girls, intermediates and ladies on the East Coast of Lincolnshire. In 2003 we were awarded the F.A. Charter Standard Club Status which promotes best practice in football. This shows the clubs commitment to providing quality training in a safe and enjoyable environment, and highlighting the club as one of Lincolnshire's top Junior Clubs. As a club, we have a very strong and supportive executive committee that are the driving force behind the success of the club. The current exec committee have all been in place for a number of years, which has aided the stability of the club, providing an excellent foundation for the players to enjoy their football.
Evolution Dance Crew
EDC (Evolution Dance Crew) is a small community dance troupe which got together in 2015. The crew has grown in member numbers over the PST couple of years and ages range 5 to 20. Competing in competitions all over the UK and gaining trophies for second place, 4th place 5th place and 6th place, almond with many placings for Solos Duos! The group continues to improve and enter as many competitions as possible, with help from the Principle Kareem Ibrahim and Choerographer Amber Whitehead. The group is also lucky to have the support from 2 local businesses, Russell Sparkes of the Grosvenor House Hotel Skegness, and Gareth Unwin of Perfect Paint Alford. For any information or to enquire about joining EDC please contact Kareem on 07538682067
Skegness Netball League
Skegness Netball League hosts 12 senior women's netball teams in the local league, playing every Wednesday during term time at Skegness Academy. The league runs numerous competitions such as the Winter League, Versatility tournaments and a handicapped summer league based on finishing position from the previous season. Every week, over 80 ladies participate through playing or umpiring as well as coaching. In January 2016, committee members decided to launch a junior club attached to the league for girls aged 9-16. The junior club, Seasiders Juniors, went from strength to strength and participated in league fixtures, friendly tournaments and was even voted runner up in the Lincolnshire Sports Awards 'Club of the Year' category. Seasiders juniors now has 50 girls on roll, giving young people in Skegness an opportunity to improve health and fitness, social skills and team relationships.