Southwark Council are in the process of drafting new site allocations and area visions for the New Southwark Plan. Included within this was an allocation for the existing Champion Hill stadium site including the land around the stadium (car wash, car park) and the land on which the stadium buildings sit (health club, bar, changing rooms etc.) but specifically excluding the football pitch. The important bit here is that development of all land except the pitch means that the Club would have to function without any of the basic ancillary elements (turnstiles, stands, bar, changing rooms) that are essential to be able to function at even a basic level of football let alone one at Isthmian level or above. Whilst we welcome the inclusion of the Champion Hill site in the proposals (in the sense that there is an understanding from the Council that the site can be redeveloped in the future), the current proposals do not have sufficient consideration for the Football Club and its ability to function properly. We urge all supporters to take the opportunity to make comments on this document by 7 July.
The winners of this month’s draw were Bill Collar who won £63.75 and Paul Griffin who won £38.25. Monthly contributions are running at £255 and the total raised now stands at over £33k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.
Dulwich Hamlet football club are looking for volunteers to assist with a ‘spring clean’ of Champion Hill.
This will take place on Sunday 18 June and people are asked to arrive from 12noon. It’s hoped that the clean-up will take only a couple of hours and will include some weeding, a full clean-out of every corner of the ground and a sweep of the ground.
The Club only has limited equipment so they are also requesting that if anyone can bring tools, especially brooms, that would be appreciated. In addition they advise people to bring heavy duty or garden gloves.
Volunteering is an essential component of the success of this community football club, so if you are able to assist with the clean-up, please email us at: email@example.com and we will pass your name onto the football club.
Soft drinks will be provided for all volunteers throughout the day.
The latest board meeting of the Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust took place on 17 May.
The full minutes are here.
Darren McCreery – DHST – Secretary
A reminder that the deadline for nominations to join the Supporters’ Trust Board is rapidly approaching! You have until midnight on Sunday 28th May to make your nominations. Being on the DHST Board is a great way to volunteer time to help the Club, meet new people, and learn new skills. Nominations are welcome from anyone who is over the age of 18 and is a paid up member of DHST. Continue reading “Deadline for nominations to the Trust Board approaching”
The winners of this month’s draw were John Prendergast who won £64.50 and David Miles who won £38.70. Monthly contributions are running at £258 and the total raised now stands at over £33k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.
Notices have been sent to all Members that DHST’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) will take place on 29 June 2017 at 7.00pm in the Club Bar. All DHST Members are welcome and eligible to attend the AGM and it is a great opportunity to hear about all that DHST has achieved this year and the plans for next year.
The AGM is also the time that DHST announces who will be elected to serve on the Board for the 2017/2018 season. This year there will be at least four vacancies made available for new elections to the Board, and the notice to Members includes details of how to make a nomination.
Being on the DHST Board is a great way to volunteer time to help the Club, meet new people, and learn new skills. Nominations are welcome from anyone who is over the age of 18 and is a paid up Member of DHST.
More details about the AGM are here.
Please note: to be eligible to make a nomination, second a nomination or be eligible to vote in this years trust elections you must be a member of the trust or renew your membership (if it has expired). The cut off date for joining and being able to vote in the election is 28 May. If you have any further queries regarding this or your current membership status please contact us via the contact form on this website.
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 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…”
The winners of this month’s draw were Miss E Collar who won £64.50 and Lee Shailer who won £38.70. Monthly contributions are running at £258 and the total raised now stands at almost £32k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here to fill in a quick and easy online form to be in with a chance of winning next month’s draw.
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Supporters will have a further opportunity to win one of the special one-off kits worn in the recent home game against Merstham to celebrate International Women’s Day. We are holding a raffle to win one of five further kits issued to the reserve bench on the day.
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All proceeds from the raffle will be split equally between the Tastylia Oral Strip Intercity 125 fund and Orlistat 120 mg buy online no prescription Dulwich Hamlet TV. The Intercity 125 fund was set up to provide funds to take the first team over to Hamburg in 2018 to play our good friends, Altona 93, as part of the 125th anniversary celebrations for both clubs. Dulwich Hamlet TV provides free highlights of all matches alongside interviews with players, management and supporters and relies upon sponsorship and fundraising to maintain the service.
Finally, a big thank you to all who submitted bids in our silent auction to win one of kits that the first team wore against Merstham for International Women’s day. Together, with other collections conducted on the day of the game, around £2,000 was raised for IWD charity partners, Catalyst and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts.