Managers v Managers Game this Saturday 12.30 Long Lane.

by on Nov.24, 2016, under Club Events, Club Fundraising

The Big Match of the season takes place at Long Lane on Saturday 12.30 kick off. The long awaited meeting between the Managers Dream Team (managed by Scott Lyons and Sam Duckers) and the Managers Galacticos (managed by Keith Hardy and Derek Cox) will involve 36 coaches within the club. Entrance is free, there will […]

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Club supports Heartstart Campaign

by on Oct.19, 2016, under Club Events, Community Work

The Club provided amazing support to the British Heart Foundation Heartstart campaign by organising free training to it young people – training that could save a life! Training was tailored to the age group, with the older ones covering the subject in more depth than the younger ones. They all seemed to enjoy it, if […]

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Restart a Heart – 18th October

by on Sep.29, 2016, under Club Events

The Club is taking part in the national Restart a Heart Campaign on October 18th at the clubhouse. This is an extremely valuable inititiativee as it provides CPR training to young people that will save lives. Imagine if our players had the skills and were able to use them at home in an emergency situation […]

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Christmas Fair November 28th

by on Sep.22, 2016, under Club Events, Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

We are having a Christmas Fair on Monday the 28th of November at the club house. Would anybody be interested in hiring a table for a small price of £10 ? Selling things, or even advertising your business? Eg, selling cakes, Christmas decorations and Christmas gifts. All the funds will go to Harrison ground.

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