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Walking in a Wingate wonderland…

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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 http://clarionmusic.com/?kyzja=trading-online-in-italiano-demo&eef=f7 trading online in italiano demo 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…”

Another chance to get your hands on the one-off IWD kit!

Another chance to get your hands on the one-off IWD kit!

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.

You can purchase tickets at the following home matches:

Tuesday 4th April v Leatherhead (Ryman Premier Division)

Thursday 6th April v Tooting & Mitcham (London Senior Cup Semi Final)

Saturday 8th April v Lowestoft Town (Ryman Premier Division)

All tickets are priced as follows: £2 per ticket or £5 for three.

You can purchase tickets in the bar before and after each game, the 12th man table near the main turnstiles or at the Supporters’ Trust shop.

T he draw for winners will take place after the Lowestoft Town match on Saturday 8 April.  If you’ve bought a ticket and are unable to attend the Lowestoft game then don’t worry, we will publish all winners names on the both the Club and Supporters’ Trust websites.  All winners will need to claim their kits by 16 April 2017.

All proceeds from the raffle will be split equally between the Intercity 125 fund and piattaforme on line dove fare trading opzioni usa 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.

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100 Club Winners – March 2017

The winners of this month’s draw were Mick O’Shaughnessy who won £64.50 and Jenny Mitchell 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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Bid for Dulwich Hamlet IWD Kits (via silent auction)

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Dulwich Hamlet Football Club will once again be celebrating International Women’s Day (IWD) when we play Merstham FC at Champion Hill this Saturday, 11 March 2017 (kick off 15:00). The day is an opportunity to celebrate the contribution that women have made to Dulwich Hamlet FC and our local community.

Following on from an initial idea of Club Chairman Liam Hickey, working in partnership with the Dulwich Hamlet Supporters’ Trust, to commemorate the occasion the club have commissioned a special one-off purple kit in lieu of their famous pink and blue colours.  After the game there is the opportunity for fans to bid for one of the match-worn one-off shirts, shorts and socks by entering a silent auction for the kit worn by a member of the starting XI on the day.

All the proceeds of the silent auction will go to IWD’s charity partners Catalyst and WAGGGS.

Continue reading “Bid for Dulwich Hamlet IWD Kits (via silent auction)”

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Dulwich Hamlet Football Club to celebrate International Women’s Day with special one-off kit

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.

To commemorate the occasion the Club have adopted the campaign’s theme of #BeBoldForChange and commissioned a special one-off purple kit in lieu of their famous pink and blue colours. Purple is the primary colour used for IWD because it stands for justice and dignity. The kit will also feature the logos of IWD’s charity partners, Catalyst and the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS). Continue reading “Dulwich Hamlet Football Club to celebrate International Women’s Day with special one-off kit”

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Celebrating International Women’s Day at Dulwich Hamlet

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.

As has been customary in recent years Dulwich Hamlet FC will be marking the occasion on 11th March at our game against Merstham, celebrating the contribution that women have made to Dulwich Hamlet FC, our local community and the game as a whole. Continue reading “Celebrating International Women’s Day at Dulwich Hamlet”

Revised MOU signed with Meadow

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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.

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”

A Thank You to Our Volunteers

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Members of the ASPIRE Academy helping give out leaflets as part of the Support our Stadium campaign

Dulwich fans at the game vs. Macclesfield Town yesterday may have noticed a number of people assisting with activities in and around the ground before, during and after the match. This helped make the day the massive success it was. We would like to thank:

ASPIRE academy members, Clare Keeble, Chris Gilbart, Diane Williamson, Mike Wooton and Scott Barnett for their assistance in disseminating leaflets in support of our new stadium development. We would also like to thank Meadow for providing financial assistance to produce these leaflets.

We would like to thank Sarah Binns and Peter Campbell for assisting with sales of 50/50 tickets and Alexander Myers for helping with programme sales.

Finally, we would like to thank Thomas Adams and Clare Keeble (once more!) for their assistance with the DHST mega-container operations.

Our volunteers were supported as usual by DHST board members, so thanks to them as well.

If we’ve missed anyone out, we apologise and do let us know so we can correct!

Volunteering is an essential component of a community football club and will become ever more essential as we move towards fan ownership. If you feel inspired to help we always need volunteers. You can email us at info@dhst.org.uk