2015 European Curling Championships
England Ladies Curling Team
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- £ 2,265.00 pledged
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We are the England Ladies Curling Team!
We have played together internationally since 2009 and this November we will be competing in our third Women’s Curling Championships in Esbjerg, Denmark at the 2015 European Curling Championships.
The European Curling Championships run from November 20 to 28 and we need to get the five of us and our coach, John Sharp, to Denmark.
We receive very little funding to compete at this level so must raise all of the associated costs of competing ourselves. This is particularly challenging being so young (and students), often forcing us to choose between training competitions as we can’t afford to play them all.
We have shown that we have the potential and desire to achieve great things for English curling and have already made a big impression on the European curling stage.
Going forward we want to make it to the World Curling Championships and we also have huge ambitions to break into the British Olympic team in the future!
We are asking if you will consider sponsoring our team to give us the chance to progress to the World stage.
You can support us on our journey by giving to this campaign.
Meet the Team
Anna: ’Hello! I’m Anna, I’m 24, work in Facilities Management and have curled since I was 13. I am so excited for the season ahead and especially proud to lead such a great group of girls to represent England at the Euros!’
Hetty: ‘I’m 20, a politics student at Bristol University and have been curling since 2008 when I was 12. I’m very excited to be rejoining the team after a year away and look forward to many successes in the next few months.’
Angharad: ‘I’m 20 and a biology student at the University of Durham. I’m looking to apply my recent GB experience from the World University Games to this season and bring some medals home!’
Lauren: ‘I’m 23 and a prep school teacher in Kent. All my school kids love reading about ‘Miss Pearce’ on our blog and I love telling them about my international sporting experiences.’
Naomi: ‘I’m 21 and a Geography student at the University of Newcastle. I love curling with these girls and want to make all of our supporters proud this season! Please help us reach our potential by giving to our campaign.’
European Curling Championships 2013 - Bronze medalists
In our first senior curling championships as a team back in 2013, with an average age of 19, we won a bronze medal during a fantastic championships run. Winning one more game in this competition would have seen us promoted to the A Group.