Our Trustees play a pivotal role in setting the strategic direction of our organisation, as well as holding management to account to ensure we are delivering our best for our members.Continue reading “Trustee Vacancy”
The Club will be re-opening the bar for outside service only from Friday 10th. To ensure we follow government guidelines and keep staff and customers safe there will be a number of changes that you will need to follow.
We are taking our responsibilities seriously and have no choice but to implement these practices if we wish to re-open safely for our staff and members. Please remember this is all new to us too and respect the requests of staff and volunteers as we work through this new way of working together.Continue reading “Bar re-opening – Fri 10th @ 5pm”
The government recently announced changes to allow some sporting facilities to re-open following the closedown due to the COVID-19 pandemic. This has meant our Cricket Section have been able to re-open our first class net facility.
A lot of planning and effort from volunteers is being made to re-open the Nets safely and in-line with ECB and government guidelines – their efforts are greatly appreciated by members.
To find out all of the details on how you can go about booking a slot please visit https://oldrutscricket.co.uk/phase-1-cricket-nets-reopening/
It’s NEVER too late to join the 50/Fifty prize draw. This vital fundraising scheme is ongoing and can be joined at any time. You can find out more about the scheme on the 50/Fifty page of this website. To sign up you can call me on 07715 801684, email me and you can now join via a WebCollect subscription!
Quarterly Bumper prize of £1,000 – John Rundle
- 1st prize – Scott Stoney – £163.34
- 2nd prize – Steve Corbey – £98.00
- 3rd prize – Graham Larcombe – £65.33
We hope all our Members and Friends are well during this uncertain time and we look forward to being able to see each other again in the not too distant future. COVID-19 is certainly a worrying time for everyone but we remain hopeful.
As you will all no doubt be aware, we have temporarily turned the Poplar Road club house into a food drop off and distribution centre for the Dons Local Action Group’s incredible project to provide support to the vulnerable in Merton, Kingston and beyond.Continue reading “Food Hub Update”