HOPE SPORTS CLUB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
18TH JANUARY 2021
IT IS WITH REGRET THAT THE COMMITTEE HAS RELUCTANTLY DECIDED, DUE TO CURRENT COVID TIER 4 RESTRICTIONS, THAT THE ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING WILL BE POSTPONED UNTIL MARCH 2021. THE COMMITTEE WISH YOU ALL A VERY HAPPY HEALTHY NEW YEAR AND LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU IN MARCH.
We are please to say that from 1st January 2021 we will be taking bookings
for Hope Sports Club pavilion.
Please note, however, that bookings are dependent on government
restrictions and recommendations.
Please contact the booking secretary: email@example.com.
DOGS ARE NOT ALLOWED ON THE FIELD
The PLAYGROUND and ADULT GYM are now open
To keep you and our community as safe as possible during the Covid-19 pandemic
and to comply with government regulations, please observe the following:
• Do not use this facility if you have any symptoms of Covid-19, however mild
• It remains your responsibility to assess the risk of Covid-19 and to avoid playing here if busy
• Maintain social distancing at all times
• No eating or drinking in the play area
• Wash and/or sanitise your hands before and after playing
• Where possible, consider wiping surfaces before and after use
• Please practice good hygiene
• Please take all litter home with you
Thanks, and please ENJOY responsibly
CHILDREN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY 2020
It is with great regret that, due to Covid-19 pandemic, the management committee
are unable to hold the annual Children’s Christmas Party in December.
HOPE PARK – PLAYGROUND REGENERATION
The first phase of the project to replace the children’s playground
with new equipment is now complete, and we are now raising funds for the second phase.
If you would be willing to help raise money, please write to the
Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Treasurer 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.