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SPORTS REPORT

FARNDON POOL LEAGUE

Last Tuesday there was a mixed bag of results. Phoenix played away at the Plough, Gresford
The score was Plough 3, Phoenix 4 Wins from Alex Ward, Rob Platt,Neil Route and Steve Parry, securing the victory for Farndon.
Not such a good night for Dee Rangers with a 6-1 defeat against table toppers the Travellers. The sole home winner being Paul Philips !

This week there are no home games, but Dee Rangers are playing away at the Poacher(Bickerton)

Best of luck to the Rangers!!

Don’t forget.
Anybody who fancies joining one of the local pool teams can come down the club on a Tuesday and speak to the captains Steve Parry and Anthony Grubb.
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A great night all round, many thanks to everyone who helped to organise this event, a sterling job behind the bar from Fiona and the gang who coped with the mass invasion to the bar before the game! Lots raised for the MUGA charity fund so thanks to everyone who turned up to support the event and to everyone who purchased raffle tickets. 😉🎉

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Great packed day at the Farndon Community Clu! 😉👍🏻

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INFORMATION FROM THE VILLAGE MEETING HELD ON 14 JUNE.

Thanks to everyone who came to the meeting at The Club on 14 June.  It was overall a very positive meeting and gave us, Farndon Community Trust, the opportunity to explain what our hopes and visions are for The Club.

For those that could not attend the meeting – this is that The Club is a club for the village, it is there to provide activities and events that YOU want to see and to support. The Club will only be successful financially IF the village supports it in terms of attending events and using it as a sporting and social hub.

Many thanks to those people who volunteered their services, we will be in touch very shortly with more details of how your offers can help us.

A brief synopsis of some of the questions asked:

Will the grass on the football field be mown regularly – YES ( The field is owned by Barnston Estates and leased to the Parish Council.  It is separate to The Club but can be used by The Club and associated Farndon football clubs).

Can we have nets on the foothball posts – YES – this is one of a long shopping list of items, as are 5 a side posts/nets.

Can the Bowling green be hired – Yes by members of The Club.  The Bowling section of The Club is looking to encourage new members for a possible new league starting on a Thursday night and also to encourage youngsters to get involved in the sport.  We will be organising a trial day in the future.

It was suggested that there be a meeting with local schools to see what they wanted.  This is already happening with Farndon Primary School and we will be looking to develop links with youngsters attending Bishop Heber who live locally.

Is the Hall available to hire – YES

There is a lot of potetial for development of both social and sporting activities to take place at The Club – however this needs two things – VOLUNTEERS to take on the coaching or development of a new club and MONEY to improve the existing infrastructure.  The trustees are currently exploring possible grants.

IF YOU HAVE ANY OTHER QUESTIONS OR WOULD LIKE TO BECOME INVOLVED, PLEASE E MAIL US VIA THIS WEBSITE.

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