Right Stuff Boxing Club Receives Queens Award 

  • by QUINTON SHILLINGFORD
  • 16 Oct, 2017
Had a great night at Right Stuff boxing club in Stafford tonight watching them receive the Queens Award for voluntary services.  All the great community work they do in Stafford and local area.  Delivering the boxing awards programme to anyone and everyone in school, colleges, boxing club and agencies working with mental health issues. A great model of a community boxing club. Even got to meet the l ord lieutenant Ian Dodson CBE. Also England Boxing Regional Manager for the Midlands Daniel Allen showed his support and endorsed the clubs ethics. Great night for England boxing. Massive Well done head coach Andy Whitehall MBE.  Proud of you mate

Boxing Awards

by QUINTON SHILLINGFORD 01 Nov, 2017
Good day spent qualifying boxing tutors on a Stockport boxing tutor course. Many thanks to community club Stockport & Brinnington Boxing Club, making the difference in there community. Good to have primary school teacher/ secondary school teacher, sports development coaches and boxing coaches from North side boxing club Manchester and Astley VIP boxing club. All looking to deliver the boxing awards in there boxing gyms, schools and classes. #englandboxing   #gbboxing #boxingdevelopment   #boxinginschools , #getinvolved #grassrootsboxing   #developyoursport #dontthinkyoucanknowyoucan   👊🏾
by QUINTON SHILLINGFORD 16 Oct, 2017
Had a great night at Right Stuff boxing club in Stafford tonight watching them receive the Queens Award for voluntary services.  All the great community work they do in Stafford and local area.  Delivering the boxing awards programme to anyone and everyone in school, colleges, boxing club and agencies working with mental health issues. A great model of a community boxing club. Even got to meet the l ord lieutenant Ian Dodson CBE. Also England Boxing Regional Manager for the Midlands Daniel Allen showed his support and endorsed the clubs ethics. Great night for England boxing. Massive Well done head coach Andy Whitehall MBE.  Proud of you mate
by QUINTON SHILLINGFORD 16 Oct, 2017
What a blast.  Love taking boxing taster session for Hertfordshire University Sports Students.  Lots of young people looking to work in the sports industry as PE Teachers, sports science, leisure & PT.   All wishing to get into coaching.  The session covers fun warm ups and basic boxing. Great to catch up with there course tutor Dr David Turner. #developyoursport   #boxinginschools #dontthinkyoucanknowyoucan  👊🏾💥
by QUINTON SHILLINGFORD 16 Oct, 2017
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