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Dates for your Diary

Check regularly for the latest Diary of Events at Horsham & Shipley Community Project! Men’s Health Talk – POSTPONED – our apologies.   Keep checking here for new details. November 20th, Tuesday: Voting for AVIVA Grant ends – PLEASE make sure you vote before then – we are relying on you! See more details here December […]

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“Rusty Brains” enjoy a visit to the site

On Tuesday the 30th October we were very pleased to welcome the “Rusty Brains” to the site. The Rusty Brains group is organised by the Horsham Alzheimer’s Society, and they meet regularly to enjoy various activities in the area. This week we were fortunate to welcome the group to try their luck at pétanque, proving great […]

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We need your votes!!

WE NEED YOUR VOTE !  PLEASE HELP! A lot of us at HSCP have worked incredibly hard to build a new football pitch at the TD Shipley site.  This pitch is much needed by the local community for junior football in particular but also to support other ages. To finish it off, we have made […]

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HSCP Chatter, October

Click the blue button to download the latest HSCP Chatter. The Chatter is our regular Newsletter with updates on the various activities at the project.  Let us know if there is anything you would like to see in the Newslettter, and suggestions / comments are always welcome!  Happy reading. Download it HERE

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Newspaper Report about us with HDC!

Since the new CEO of Horsham District Council, Glen Chipp, came to see what was happening at the project a couple of weeks ago, we have now got two fab write-ups on the County Times and District Post this week!  Read the text of the article below.Thanks to everyone who came to support us on […]

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Walking football plays Footgolf!

On 21st September Gary organised for a team from the Walking Footballers to join in a Foot Golf charity event run by a local organisation called Just Different. Various local organisation entered teams for this annual event, and it was well supported by local businesses who donated funds and raffle prizes.  Our footballers (who called […]

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Prostate Cancer Awareness competitions

As part of Prostate Cancer UK Walking Football Month, the walking football session on Tuesday included a short fund and awareness-raising “Beat The Goalie” competition and “Cross-bar Challenge”! Richard clinched it to beat the goalie, and out of 40 shots only Ian and Bob could hit the bar! Keep practising lads and ladies! Importantly we raised £98 for the cause […]

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Horsham District Council visiting

On Friday 5th October we have the pleasure of a visit from the new CEO of Horsham District Council – Glen Chipp. Glen will be visiting at around 10:45 for a short time, to see what is happening at the Project. The petanquers will be there, and the Men’s Shed will be open. We also […]

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HSCP Chatter, September

Click the button to download the latest HSCP Chatter. The Chatter is our regular Newsletter with updates on the various activities at the project.  Let us know if there is anything you would like to see in the Newslettter, and suggestions / comments are always welcome!  Happy reading. Download Newsletter Here

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New HFL Vets League Manager

After an exciting, successful 2017-18 season for the Hills Farm Lane Veterans Club, Murph has decided to stand down from leading the league team, and has handed over to Darron Mitchell.  Darron is an experienced local team Manager, and is also one of the pillars of our vets team!  We all wish Darron and the […]

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Becoming a Dementia Friendly Organisation

We are really pleased that the Alzheimer’s Society has been in touch with us, and two of the people working for the Horsham branch, Tim and Dawn, have been down to see the site and some of the activities going on. They are very interested in bringing some people from their “Horsham Rusty Brains” group to […]

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