All posts by John Callcut

Samuel Clark needs your support as he runs his first half marathon.

Dear All,

I will be running my first half marathon in Victoria Park on April 10th to fundraise for my expedition to Zambia and would be grateful if you could sponsor me for the run.

During the summer holidays, I will be going on a charity expedition to Zambia with my school. On my trip, I will be helping to build classrooms and a toilet block at the school and orphanage in Mkushi, set up by Cameron’s Orphanage Project charity. I would hugely appreciate it if you could donate some money, no matter how small an amount, to help cover the cost of the materials needed for the project. All donations will go towards the cost of the building materials.

The work is in aid of Cameron’s Orphanage Project, which is a charity set up by one of my teachers, Miss Amanda Jayne, after the death of her son, Cameron. Through the school and orphanage, the charity works to provide a better life for underprivileged children, by giving them an education and the chance to take part in sports. Here is a link to the charity’s Facebook page:

If you choose to donate, please follow this link to my fundraising page:

Many thanks,

Samuel Clark

Here is Samuel playing for our league winning under 13 side in 2015. Best of Luck !!

Centurion Club – March Draw

The March draw has been held and the lucky winners are:

1st Prize – Dermot Pearce (05), £75.00, 2nd Prize – BJBJ Syndicate (84) £50.00, 3rd Prize – Allan Cooper (38) £40.00, 4th Prize – Barry Wiles (60) £30.00, 5th Prize – Mark Rance (48) £20.00.

Want a chance to win a cash prize and raise money for the club? Then join the Centurion Club. Contact Bill Turner on 01737 240329 or


DBS Verifier

Our DBS Verifier is Pierre Tartari. If you need a DBS or need to renew, then simply contact Pierre on 01306 887235 or the He will just need your full name, date of birth and e-mail address and he will set the process in motion.


We originally gained our accreditation in 2007. Following a detailed inspection on the 17th May 2010 the club again passed with flying colours. Three years later our paperwork was approved by the ECB in February 2013 and we had an inspection on the 8th July 2013 which we again passed. The system has now gone on-line and there has been a lengthy consultation period and as a result we were not inspected in 2016. Our documentation for re-accreditation was submitted to the ECB and gained approval. The club was inspected on the 19th May 2017 and our Clubmark status was approved for the next three years. It has recently been announced that the Clubmark system will be overhauled and as a result we will not be examined in 2020 but will just have to do a self assessed health check.