Dene Park is the home of Hall Road Rangers Football Club. With a capacity of 1200 the ground is perfect for the North East Counties League of football and has the superb Ted Richardson Stand behind the goal at the clubhouse end of the ground.
Admission to the ground is via the turnstile at the Ted Richardson Stand end and there is car parking to both the front and rear of the clubhouse.
The clubhouse itself is open all week for snacks and drinks and has Snooker, Pool and Darts facilities.
Dene park host an annual Bonfire night, Ffireworks display for all to enjoy with the snack bar open and refreshments we hope you will enjoy the event.
Written by Ace – Sunday, 31 August 2008
It costs a lot of money to run a football club now-a-days, more than most people think. Most chairmen subsidise the clubs out of their own pockets, but more often than not, this is not enough.
Fund raising is now becoming paramount to most club’s survival. One of the main ways of raising funds is to raffle bottles of wine and boxes of chocolates at matches; however it is generally the same Parents purchasing these and frequently re-donating them at the following home game.
The money is well used but is still not enough. The Committee members have their own ways of fund raising yet, with the best will in the world, it is usually the Parents themselves trying to coax relatives and friends. Once again this source is limited.
This is where the Community Scheme comes into its own with Clubs working together pooling resources and experience.
Software is expensive and makes most schemes to expensive to run, leaving little or no money for the club. By sharing the cost it becomes much more viable.
The Community Scheme is run by ‘Top Draw Promotions Limited’ who specialise in raising badly needed income for Academy level clubs. In fact it has been acknowledged that some Academy level clubs would not be in existence today had they AND you not participated in the Community Scheme. Thank you.
Written by Simon Chew – Sunday, 31 August 2008