The annual bonfire and fireworks party will be held on Hope Sports Field on Sunday 5th November, with free entry to all residents. The bonfire will be lit at 6:30pm and the fireworks display will start at 7:00pm. Refreshments will be on sale. The Code of Practice for bonfires is available at Firework display Code of practice
The car boot sales held in Hope have ended for this season and will resume in April 2018. The new schedule of dates and venues will be published once they are agreed for 2018. Up to date information is available by ringing 01433 730191 nearer the time. More information on the Car Boot Sales page of this website and on the Hope Valley College website. Thanks for your support.
The project to replace the children’s playground with new equipment is well underway and we are seeking the views of all of the families who use it. If you would like to be part of the team deciding the layout of the new playground, please contact the Club secretary at email@example.com
Hope Sports Club was founded in 1944 with the object of providing facilities for recreation and leisure for the residents of the villages of Hope, Aston and Brough, in Hope Valley, Derbyshire. Hope Sports Club is a registered charity, no. 507995, with most of the funding to run the Club being raised from car boot sales, which are held on the Hope Playing Field every other Sunday morning between April and October The money raised by the charity is used to maintain the pavilion and the field, to provide and maintain a children’s playground and adult outdoor gym, to organize recreational events for residents throughout the year, including Wakes Week, and to support groups who wish to use the facilities.
Hope Sports Club will take action to ensure that our public meetings and events are open and welcoming to all.