We are sure that you are aware of
recent events surrounding the Coronavirus pandemic and at this time of
uncertainty, we thought it appropriate to update you on how this is impacting
on our cricket club and how our members could help to ease the strain over the
The ECB has taken the decision to
suspend all junior and senior recreational cricket for the foreseeable future.
There has been a meeting of the Lancashire League Cricket Executive where it
was decided that there will be no Cup competitions apart from a T20 competition
and once sanctions are lifted, teams will play each other once with no
promotion or relegation. Clubs will not be penalised if they do not engage a
professional. It is envisaged that cricket will not commence until the
beginning of July at the earliest but obviously that will be kept under review.
As you will be aware the club
closed its doors on Friday 20th March in line with Government
guidelines and all events and functions have had to be cancelled. This will
have a significant financial impact on our club. Our Management Committee
have taken steps to reduce our outgoings during this period of closure and we
hope that there will be some financial support by way of grants from the
Government. We are currently waiting for confirmation with regards to
eligibility and accessing this funding.
Memberships – In the meantime, we are asking our members to continue to support the club by renewing their membership as soon as possible, where they are able to do so. We do know that some people have already renewed their membership and we are very grateful for that support. For those members who are players, we are asking you to pay a non-player membership at this time. Payments can be made by following this link.
Monthly Draw – In addition, we would ask if you could support the club by joining the Monthly Draw if you have not done so already. Entry is £5 per month per number and Prize money will be paid as follows: 1st prize 25% of the monthly pot, 2nd prize 15% of the monthly pot and 3rd prize 10% of the monthly pot. The first draw is tomorrow Saturday 28th March which will be publicised as best we can during the afternoon. To enter follow this link.
We thank you for your support through these difficult and unprecedented times. Stay safe and look after yourselves.
With the growing concern around coronavirus (COVID-19) we would like to assure everyone that Haslingden CC are taking extra precautions to keep the clubhouse clean.
The health and well-being of our members and visitors is a priority and we encourage all to follow the precautions set by Public Health England to reduce the chances of passing and receiving the virus.
The Haslingden Cricket Club Annual General Meeting will take place on Monday 27th January 2020 at 7.30pm in the pavilion.
All members are invited to attend and we look forward to welcoming as many of you as possible to:
Review the club’s accounts for the financial year 1/10/2018 to 30/9/2019
Update you on developments and proposals both on and off the field before the 2020 season commences.
If you have any queries or questions prior to the meeting then please contact our Club Secretary Jayne Hunsley by email: email@example.com
The Club’s AGM is your opportunity to have your say and input into the running of your club. We would encourage you to please make every effort to attend as, if you are not in attendance, then you will not be able to vote on any item raised.
The Accounts and Annual Report will be circulated to members shortly.
Tickets are now available for our New Years Eve celebration on Tuesday 31st December and can be purchased in the clubhouse or from Neary’s Grocers.
Our full bar service will be available including a wide selection of gins and vodkas. We also have Prosecco & Champagne available to enjoy whilst enjoying the music and dancing to DJ Michael Sixsmith’s top tunes.
The evening begins at 7:30 until late, tickets are just £12.50 each which includes a buffet supper.
This is always a popular event so snap up your tickets a.s.a.p
On Thursday 12th December we will be holding an
“Opening Up” session for all members of the club.
Mental Health awareness is important for everyone involved
with the club, not just the players and so everyone is invited to the session
which will start at 7.30pm and last for approximately 30 minutes.
Day 1 is now finished. 80 miles from Lord’s to Northampton via Wembley, St Albans and Milton Keynes have been completed. Here are some photo’s from the day, some very exhausted people on the last one at the hotel!
You may be aware that on this Friday the 26th July a group of junior
coaches and supporters from Haslingden Cricket Club are taking on a unique
They will be setting
off from Lord’s Cricket Ground in London and riding the 224 miles north back to
Haslingden Cricket Club.
They are travelling
over three days and will arrive back at Bentgate on Sunday 28th July
during the late afternoon to be welcomed by a cricket match being played
between an HCC Legends Team v The