City of Edinburgh Gymnastics Club is a not-for-profit company, run by a small dedicated team of coaches and volunteers.  The club’s coaches are paid for their coaching time, but most go above and beyond and donate additional hours every week to give our gymnasts the best possible experience in the gym.


There are many other volunteers that enable our club run smoothly, without them our club would not be the welcoming and fun place that it is. Jobs such as organising competitions, social events like the Christmas party and summer BBQ, supermarket bag packing and other fundraising activities.

We have a number of older gymnasts who volunteer and help coach the younger gymnasts.  When they turn 16 they can complete their level 1 coaching qualification.

We hope that every member and their family will embrace our club’s ethos of volunteering.  We welcome any help you are able to give, even 1 single hour of your time contributes to the success of the club.

Contact us today.


The Club is managed by a Board of Directors who is responsible for the development, management and overall running of the Club.  The Board meets on a regular basis and the positions are filled by election of members and gymnasts’ parents at Annual General Meeting, usually in March. The Head Coach automatically takes a position on the Board.

The Board is supported by the other non-elected volunteers who assist with the day to day running and fund-raising of the Club.

Board of Directors 

ChairJennifer Krueger(Elected Director)
TreasurerNatalia Penman(Elected Director)
Clare Murray(Elected Director)
Safeguarding OfficerJacqui MacNamara(Elected Director)
Safeguarding OfficerPhilippa McCallum(Elected Director)
Managing Director &
Head Coach
Kathryn Findlay(Executive Director)
Development OfficerRuth Griffin(Executive Director)

 Other Posts

Finance Officer
Purchasing Officer 
Social Media Officer
Jen Krueger
Events teamRuth Griffin
Keri Chambers
Fundraising team

Kareen Sharp
Julie Muir

Role of Safeguarding Officers: 

– Ensure all persons working with children, young people, and vulnerable adults at the club are fully aware of what is required of them within the guidelines of the Associations Code of Practice and Safeguarding Policy and procedures

– Conduct the administrative work associated with the safe recruitment of coaches, helpers and officials, including PVG applications (verify ID documentation) ensuring SGA procedures are followed consistently

– Be the first point of contact for coaches, helpers, parents, and gymnasts on any issues concerning safeguarding and the wellbeing of the club members

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