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Celebrating International Women’s Day at Dulwich Hamlet

iqoptionù 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.

video aula opções binarias 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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رسالة طلب وظيفة حكومية 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.

tadalafil tastylia prices 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

binaire opties methode 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:

billigaste sildenafil 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.

För Strattera på nätet utan recept 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. opzioni trading on line Finally, we would like to thank Thomas Adams and Clare Keeble (once more!) for their assistance with the DHST mega-container operations. que son opciones binarias 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







Your Club needs you – #SupportOurStadium

Do you love our Club?  Then the time to act is now.

Southwark Council have not taken a decision on the planning application to redevelop Champion Hill.  Meadow Residential (the owners of Champion Hill) have now appealed against the failure of the Council to make a decision within the statutory time period and for the refusal to allow amendments to the existing Section 106 agreement.  The cases have now been referred to the Planning Inspectorate.  This is our last chance to demonstrate our support for the scheme.  We must all act before the deadline for comments on 7 March.   Continue reading “Your Club needs you – #SupportOurStadium”


100 Club Draw – February 2017

The winners of this month’s draw were Mick O’Shaughnessy Snr who won £62 and Bill Azzi who won £37.20. Monthly contributions are running at £248 and the total raised now stands at over £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.


Changes in leadership on DHST Board

We held our monthly Board meeting at the club last night (Minutes published in due course).  Duncan stepped down as Chair after 19 successful months in the role.  Duncan’s term is due to come to an end in July, and stepping down now allows him the opportunity to help a new Chair settle into the role.  Duncan has also recently started a new job, which is a great new challenge and deserves a greater part of his attention in the coming months. Continue reading “Changes in leadership on DHST Board”


100 Club Draw – January 2017

The winners of this month’s draw were Ian Shailer who won £62 and Charles Wynn-Evans who won £37.20. Monthly contributions are running at £248 and the total raised now stands at over £32k. Many thanks for your continued support. Head here for more information about the 100 club, as well as details of how to be in next month’s draw.


£1228.00 raised for the Alli Abdullahi appeal

Following the injuries suffered by Peckham Town player Alli Abdullahi during their match against Stansfeld (Oxford & Bermondsey), we are pleased to announce that to date a total of £1228.00 has been raised following our appeal for donations to help Alli and his family as he recovers.

The Trust would like to thank the generosity of Dulwich Hamlet fans and all those that donated from the wider community. Continue reading “£1228.00 raised for the Alli Abdullahi appeal”