Cricket Ground will be closed from Sun 31st May till Tues June 2nd
Notice from David Beck – Chairman Horley Cricket Club:
‘We are spraying the cricket outfield Sunday morning (tomorrow). This means the whole ground, including the nets, will be CLOSED to all, including walkers, from Sunday morning 31st May until Tuesday morning 2nd June.
Apologies for any inconvenience caused.’
The Cricket Club wish to help the village during the current medical situation:
‘We re-iterate the field is available for people to walk round, including with their dogs. Clearly we ask that pet owners are responsible with their pets. We do ask that walkers (and pets) do not go on to the main pitch area in the middle of the field.
‘The Club will be putting out benches this weekend for anybody to sit on and enjoy the fresh air and views. The benches will be properly spaced apart.’
‘It should be noted that currently there are no hand washing facilities available at the ground.’
‘For your information, the English Cricket Board have recommended that all recreational and local cricket is suspended until further notice. Clearly we do not know how long that might be and this could have implications on the Club’s income. We are confident however of getting through this with the help of all.’
David Beck, Chairman Horley Cricket Club (0785 2998172)
This year’s Horley Cricket Club Gala Fund Raising Dinner will take place on Saturday October 12th at Hadsham Farm at 7.30.
Tickets are £60 per head for canapés and 3 course dinner. There will also be an auction, raffle, bar and dancing to a live band.
Contact Judith Beck for tickets on 07816 134708 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday September 13th. For more details see below or contact Judith as above.
Charity Day Sunday 4th August
This Sunday we are raising money for Katherine House Hospice and Mind. The match will start at 1pm with the Bbq proceeds, half the players match fee and remaining funds from a cash lottery raising funds for both charities.
Please join us for a lovely family day. The bar will be open as normal.
Summer Games is cancelled tomorrow due to the weather forecast and will now take place this Sunday 21st July at 2pm
Come along and join in the fun – you may never know how brilliant a welly wanger you are until you have a go!