forex vuoi fare un po di soldi This weekend a group of Dulwich Hamlet FC fans will be walking from Champion Hill all the way to our away game at the Harry Abrahams stadium, home of Wingate & Finchley FC. The purpose of the walk is two-fold: Firstly to raise money in aid of the binär optionen mindesteinzahlung InterCity 125 fans’ campaign, and secondly to raise money for Shelter, a charity the club has supported many times in the past. Continue reading “Walking in a Wingate wonderland…”
analisi tecnica opzioni binarie Dulwich Hamlet Football Club will once again celebrate International Women’s Day (IWD) this Saturday, 11 March 2017, against Merstham FC (kick off 3pm). The day will be an opportunity to celebrate the contribution that women have made to Dulwich Hamlet FC and our local community.
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binÃƒÂƒÃ‚ÂƒÃƒÂ†Ã‚Â’ÃƒÂƒÃ‚Â‚ÃƒÂ‚Ã‚Â¤re optionen dkb Wednesday 8th March marks International Women’s Day, which is celebrated in many countries throughout the world. Thousands of events take place not just on the day itself but throughout March to mark the economic, political and social achievements of women.
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Keflex with no r x and free shipping In 2015 we signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Hadley Property Group. This set out the key points of our working relationship with them including common understanding and commitments on key aspects of the proposed development and the transition to fan ownership. With the change from Hadley Property Group to Meadow in October 2016 we felt it was necessary to revisit the MOU and update to reflect the current situation.
قاعدة بيانات مهمة We’re now pleased to say that both parties have signed a revised agreement which retains and builds upon all the main sentiments of the original MOU. The updated MoU emphasises how vital the planning application is to the future of the club. A brand new, fit-for-purpose stadium, a facility for local schools and the community groups, and a sustainable, debt-free future for our club, owned by the fans. If you haven’t already, please take 10 minutes to tell the Planning Inspectorate – by 7 March – why you #SupportourStadium. Continue reading “Revised MOU signed with Meadow”
lehrvideo binпїЅre option We have a wide range of Dulwich Hamlet inspired gifts which are priced £10 or under – Calendars, mugs, hats, caps, badges, socks, gloves and scarves. We also have a new range of badges and t-shirts available to buy from the Mega-Container at today’s F.A. Trophy match v Royston Town. The shop will be open from 2pm. If you can’t make it today then the shop will be open on the following dates professional price action trading strategies :
Tuesday 13th December – Faversham Town (League Cup) 7:45pm kick off. Shop open from 7pm, half time and after the game.
Saturday 17th December – Tonbridge Angels (Ryman League Premier Division) 3pm kick off. Shop open from 2pm, half time and after the game. Continue reading “Christmas Stocking Fillers!”
Last week the annual Supporters’ Trust Christmas party took place in the club bar at Champion Hill. We’re pleased to say that £520.00 was raised on the night, 50% of which will be donated to Dulwich Hamlet Football Club’s official charity partner for this season, Football Beyond Borders with the remainder going into the Trust’s coffers.
An excellent evening’s musical entertainment was provided by Brixton Buzz’s, Mike Urban and DHST Board member, Mark Scoltock on the decks alongside a set from And Other Nihilists. A big thank you to Ron Strutt for allowing us to borrow his PA system for the night and donating an amp to us for future events. Continue reading “Christmas cheer at Champion Hill!”
The last online order date for Christmas delivery is midnight Friday 9th December. Make sure you go to our online shop to buy all your Christmas presents for friends and family!
Any order placed after this date will not processed in time for Christmas. Postal orders will resume from Tuesday 3rd January after Mel and Clare have taken a well-earned break! Continue reading “Last orders for buying Christmas presents online – Friday 9th December”
Last week the Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust (DHST) met with the current operators of Champion Hill, Meadow Residential LLP (Meadow). We requested this meeting to discuss the changes in the running of our football club, the current financial situation, the latest progress on the planning application to redevelop the ground (including the Section 106 protection) and plans for fan ownership. The following is an update on these various interlinked issues. Continue reading “Securing the future of our football club”
This coming Friday at 7pm on 11th November, will see the Club stage their annual non-denominal wreath laying service at at Champion Hill. Wreaths will be laid at the Club’s War Memorial which is situated in the Boardroom, keeping up a tradition that has taken place since the 1920s. The service starts at 7pm and the Supporters’ Trust will be laying their own wreath so please join us. Following the service, the bar will be open and showing the England v Scotland match.
By timely coincidence the Supporters’ Trust was contacted by a family member of the late Alfred Pilkington, who played for the Club around 1919 to 1923. Alfred, or Fred as he was more commonly known, also played for the Dulwich Hamlet Cricket Club and Fulham for a short while.
One of our objectives is for DHFC to be a well-run Football Club and making sure that the ground and match day operations are working to the satisfaction of the supporters is part of that. We have therefore been in touch with the new General Manager, Chris Taylor, since early August to try and ensure that happens and continue a dialogue that was taking place with Hadley Property Group for the last couple of years.