26th 100 Club Member – Bridgtown Chippy & Silly Sausage Cafe!

by on Dec.09, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 26th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Bridgtown Chippy & Silly Suasage Cafe. We are very grateful to them for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground. Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They will also be detailed with […]

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25th 100 Club Member is Refreshment Shop!!

by on Dec.05, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

Our 25th member of the Club’s 100 Club is Refreshment Shop. We are very grateful to them for supporting our fundraising efforts for Harrisons ground.   Members of the 100 Club get a pinned advert on here for 4 days and a post on our website. They will also be detailed with the other 99 members […]

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Harrisons Plots for sale!

by on Sep.28, 2019, under Club Fundraising, Harrisons Ground

The Club is striving hard to provide facilities that our young people deserve. We are moving forward rapidly with our Harrisons Ground development plans and need your help please in raising the gap in the funding required. One of the ways is our ‘Buy a Plot’ scheme, which for £10 enables you to buy one […]

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A bit of Harrisons history

by on Aug.14, 2019, under Harrisons Ground

An interesting piece of social history, detailing some of the reasons for the demise of the old Harrisons ground.   Also shown is how the site used to look in its heyday.   We are bringing the site back to life…

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