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Priority access for Prol League tickets

Pleas see details below which we have received from GB Hockey for priority access to these tickets before they go on genral sale:

Hello ,


It's time to book your seat as Great Britain go for glory again when the FIH Hockey Pro League returns in May and June 2020 in what's set to be a thrilling prequel to the Tokyo Olympics.


We're giving the Hockey Family priority access to join Great Britain’s men and women as they play eight games at home against the elite of international hockey.


You can now buy tickets before they go on general sale with the added opportunity to sit with your club for any of the eight sessions if you wish to do so. With our Selector Tool, it’s really easy for you to sit with your group, without one person having to do all the organising.

Hockey Family link

Sitting wieth your Club
Author - psym
Date - 04/12/19

Tokyo Olympics hockey pools announced

Great Britain’s men and women have discovered which teams they will face in the pool stage of the Tokyo Olympics!

Both teams have been drawn in pools containing four European heavyweights and the respective silver medallists from 2016. Follow this link for the full detail
Author - psym
Date - 01/12/19

A great Goalkeeper training session

A great goalkeeper session this week run by our goalkeeper coach, Nick Hoare.  Look out for the next one in the New Year!!
Author - psym
Date - 01/12/19

Wine Fayre 2019

This year's event has now been confirmed and will be run by the Ladies section - thank you.  Please contact either Nicky Wright or Chris Allberry 

Details are in the poster above, including how to obtain tickets.  This event is always popular so don't miss out!!!
Author - psym
Date - 18/11/19

Changes to first aid pitchside - REMINDER

We are issuing this reminder to the Membership following the change in process which went live last year and was advised by newsletter at that time.

Following advice from the provider of our first aid training we have changed the setup at the pitch slightly. 

Firstly there is a new communal first aid bag in the store (see photo above).  This has been restocked today and will be checked weekly.  Should stocks be low there is also an overflow stock in the old black first aid bag which is on the top shelf in the store.  A box of ice packs is also held in the store for topping up as required

The second change is that to ensure a quicker response the defibrillator, which was previously stored in the pump house, is now in the secure zipped bottom compartment of the new bag.  There is a notice is on the board in the dugout advising this plus the Club’s emergency guidelines have been rewritten to show the change – these are on the noticeboard in the Clubhouse and are also available via the Club Policies page on the website

Peter Symonds
Club Secretary
Author - psym
Date - 10/11/19