Thurso is an ‘Area Based’ Community Sport Hub based primarily around the local Swimming Pool & Thurso High School but is open to all sports clubs and organisations in the local area.
Vision: ‘Local Sport Working Together’
Thurso Community Sports Hub provides an innovative approach to the development of sport in the Thurso area. It aims to provide an opportunity for people of all ages to participate in one, or as many sports as they like.
Who is Involved:
18 Clubs – 2007 Participants – 215 Deliverers
Thurso Community Sport Hub became a SCIO in 2014. The organisation is made up of a committee that includes representatives from the member clubs and Thurso High School. The Committee is supported by High Life Highland’s Sports Development, Facilities and Active-Schools teams.
Sports: Athletics, Gymnastics, Badminton, Bowling, Cricket, Cycling, Karate, Netball, Rugby, Canoeing, Sailing, Golf, Shinty, Swimming, Squash, Tennis & Football
Pentland Canoe Club, Caithness Amateur Athletics Club, Caithness Amateur Gymnastics Club, Caithness Badminton Association, Caithness Cricket Association, Caithness Cycling Club, Caithness Disability Multi-Sport, Caithness Ladies Netball Club, Caithness Rugby Football Club, Caithness Shinty Club, North Highland Harriers, Pentland Firth Yacht Club, Reay Golf Club, Thurso Amateur Swimming Club, Thurso Bowling Club, Thurso Squash,Tennis & Racketball Club, Thurso Tora Karate Club & Thurso United Football Club.
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Community Sport Hub Officer (North): Kirsty Baird
Active Schools Coordinator: Kenny Russell
Facility Manager: William Durrand