Hawcoat Park Sports and Social Club

 


K2B 2017

Volunteers Required

Friday 5th, Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th May 2017

If you can help with

  • Setting up (Friday - Daytime)

  • Bar work, kitchen, litter picking (Saturday)

  • Clearing away (Sunday)

Please leave your name, contact details and day & times you can help with bar staff or contact the office

Telephone: 874643/82500

Your help is much appreciated.

Thanks

Andy Woods

 


CLUB GATES CLOSING IN THE EVENINGS

Please note the Front gates (Hawcoat lane entrance) will be being locked overnight from Monday 14th March on a daily basis due to H&S Issues, Security and Insurance purposes. The gates will close when the last member of staff leaves at the end of that days business and re-open the th next business day, when the first member of staff arrives, usually at 8.30am. This will have an impact on access to the club on the Bank Holidays and to those leaving cars overnight by members and the public.

No doubt there will be teething problems

If we need to, a key for the gate can be made available to our away teams to return buses if returning after lock up and other arrangements made if there are Team fixtures/competitions on Bank Holiday Mondays etc. but the the gate must be locked on the way out and the key returned at the earliest opportunity.

Signs have been put in place at both Car-Parks.

NB: The club will be closed on Good Friday and Easter Monday.

Please pass this message on to all members.

 

Many Thanks

Andy Woods

General Manager

Hawcoat Park Sports Club, Hawcoat Lane, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria, LA14 4HF

Tel: 01229 825000

www.hawcoatpark.co.uk

Hawcoat Park Sports Club is the trading name of Hawcoat Park Ltd


Media Release

Hawcoat Park Sports Club
Lease Announcement 26/03/2015
 

The sustainability of a long established sporting facility in Barrow received a major boost this week when the formal signing of a 30 year lease took place between Hawcoat Park and owners of the site, BAE. This is the culmination of over seven years hard work by a small group of volunteers supported by the membership.

A Hawcoat Park spokesman commented, “The journey to arrive where we are now has not been an easy one, but now we have the lease we are delighted that we can confidently say we are ‘open for business’ and look forward to the future.  We are acutely aware of the challenges that lay ahead, but, with the lease now in place, allied with the continued assistance of our members and supporters, we are confident the club’s facilities can develop further and provide a resource that can be utilised by the whole of the local community. Hawcoat Park offers a unique location where multi-sports and social activities are available on one site, offering opportunities to users across a wide age-range. We would like to thank everyone who responded to our previous calls for assistance and hope their valuable support and contributions will continue into the future.”

 

Andy Woods, General Manager