Our 10 year vision of having our own base is coming to reality with our Clubhouse being handed over on Tuesday with pitches ready for next season. This has been after 10 years of hard graft in getting it up and running.
We are having an Open Day on October 1st with full details as follows: –

All teams to take part in a 10 hour sponsored match – teams time detailed below: –
The Gift Aid element will be paid to each team as a reward for their efforts i.e. 25%
The player who raises the most sponsorship within each team will get £20 Sports Shop vouchers

Times for teams to play: –

9.00 3 Mens Teams & Vets team
10.00 Girls Academy & 2 U10s Girls teams
11.00 Boys Academy & 2 U7s Boys teams
12.00 3 U8s Boys & 3 U9s boys teams
1.00 4 U10s Boys teams
2.00 4 U13s Boys teams
3.00 2 U12s Boys & 1 U12 Girls
4.00 3 U11s Boys & 2 U11s Girls
5.00 1 U15s Boys & 3 U16s Boys & 1 U15s Girls
6.00 2 U14s Boys & 2 U14s Girls & 1 Ladies & 1 U16s Girls

We will have 2 mini soccer pitches marked out

There will also be: –

– bouncy castle and inflatable gladiators
– Food – we will serve burgers, sausage, bacon, samosas and chips all day plus hot and cold drinks.
– licensed bar
– Painball target zone
– Wolf FM will be there
– Tombola
– Raffle

There will be organised tours of the facility – which is impressive.

In addition we are also using the day to collect second hand clothes and mobile phones to raise funds for the Club – please bring them with you.

This is an exciting time for the National Community Club of the Year – please do all that you can to support the event!

We look forward to seeing you there!

1 comment for this article:
  1. avatar
    Councillor David Clifft

    A great day, well organized… the club has my full support!

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