The players, staff and committee at your local football club Bovingdon FC would like to offer the services of a few volunteers from within the club.
With local charities, the hospice, retirement homes, older individuals who need help, children’s clubs and local business all very welcome to contact Darren Brown on 01923 261 386 or email@example.com with suggestions on how the club can support you.
Perhaps a litter pick along the main street or some light gardening would help you, if so please get in touch and we shall endeavour to help our local community.
Our aim is to put back into the community what we desperately need from you and that is your support.
Our first team, reserves, A team and all the fantastic youngsters of the very successful junior teams would really appreciate your support on match days so please come along to see us at Green Lane, with a cosy warm club house serving tea and coffee, beers, wines, spirits and non alcoholic refreshments for all ages, we offer a great venue that can also be privately hired.
Our new family focus is stamping our any foul and abusive language on and off the pitch so please do not be discouraged by the stereotypical local football club atmosphere, here at Bovingdon FC we promote a community club that welcomes young and old to a respectful, clean and friendly club and who knows we might just go on a cup run or start challenging for the league with your support!
We know the club house is in need of a face-lift which we are currently planning, in addition any local sponsorship is very welcome for the much needed roof replacement which has until now, survived since 1973 so those of you 40 years an older can perhaps relate to needing a little TLC after being weather beaten for so long, the club house is there for all to use so please if you would like to get involved with our face-lift you are very welcome.
Just recently we have started to serve hot homemade food on first team and reserve team match days, this weekend our reserves play a local derby against Sarratt so a great atmosphere is expected, perhaps those who have ideas for our volunteer work can come and meet the committee members to discuss, and those who want to support us are very welcome with any food available after the teams are fed going free to the public!
Finally we would like to hear from you, the local community, about how we can improve our club, there are several new committee members who would really appreciate just sitting and listening to what you have to say about your club so we can help improve the conditions, the atmosphere and the general opinion of Bovingdon FC for all youngsters to take pride in and have access to for their children.
We look forward to your feedback and news on how we can help our village and local community.
Bovingdon Football Club