Church End Green
Bernard Hall, Cuddington
By Jon Backhouse - 4th November 2015 12:30pm
Haddenham Cricket Club is looking for a new Chairman. After nine years on the committee, the last four as Chair, Jon Backhouse will be standing down at the Annual General Meeting in December.
The club has grown in size and stature over the past few years attaining the highly prestigious award of Clubmark status. The junior section has reached capacity at 90 members whilst 70 adults enjoyed games of cricket for the three senior sides during the last season
Plans are being drawn up for the club to move to new premises within the period of the three year plan.
"The next three years of the club's history will be key in order for the club to reach its full potential, and the prospect of having a major input into the new facilities promises a challenging but rewarding experience for the new Chairman" says Jon. He continues "The time is right for new, dynamic leadership in order for the current, highly successful committee to continue its good work".
If you would be interested in discussing this issue further The Chairman would be very happy to take you through the opportunities. He can be contacted on: firstname.lastname@example.org
or Telephone: 01844 290362
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