Marlow Sports Club is a fantastic community facility right in the heart of town. It has over 2,000 members of which 1,400 are young people and 800 females. The club is situated on Pound Lane and offers 8 sports; Cricket, Football, Hockey, Tennis, Running, Cycling, Softball and Netball. The Club has a range of sports and recreation opportunities for community use which include; • 20 acres of land of which 6 is grassed for multiple sports • Brand new all-weather astro-turf for hockey or netball • An excellent cricket pitch and practice nets • Four recently re-surfaced flood-lit tennis courts • Five junior football pitches • A clubhouse and bar with changing rooms Find out more about each Club Section.
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Marlow Sports Club Ball Saturday 20th June 2015
……………………………still a few tables left!
This year’s Ball takes place on 20th June and has a Spanish Theme.
If you would like to get more information, please get in touch with Amber McDermott at email@example.com
If you need tickets, please contact Karine McDonald at Karinemcdonald@hotmail.com or on 07966 518 107
As the Club looks to move to the next phase in it’s Development plans, we continue to build our commercial capabilities through another significant Board appointment………..
Mike first moved to the Marlow area in the mid 1970’s and played rugby, cricket , squash and tennis in the town.
Mike’s career in the IT and technology market was mainly based in Europe at the beginning but latterly led to CEO and other senior roles based in North America Asia and Australia
Mike returned to the UK some eight years ago and has since specialised in private investment and non –executive work and has settled back in to living in Marlow with his wife Joy.
Other recent appoints have been …………………
Martin Fessey, with a career spanning 35 years in strategic sales, key account management, underwriting and risk engineering with Global 1000 size companies throughout the world. Has completed long-term assignments to the US and Asia. Most recently based in the UK as Vice President, EMEA Market & Business Development for FM Global, the world’s largest industrial and commercial property insurance company Has led and contributed to several projects to enhance the effectiveness and performance of international sales and service teams. Is regularly invited to speak and run workshops at a wide range of business events, and most recently shared views and experience on creating client value with Cranfield University Business School’s Key Account and Customer Management Forums. Has lived in the area for many years, and has coached local youth cricket and football teams.
…………………………and Neil Robertson
Neil and his family have lived in Marlow for 30 years. Now retired from full time working, he is currently a non executive member of the Strategic Board at Amicus Horizon (a large social housing provider with focus in London and the South East providing some 27500 housing units), For four years until 2012 he was the Director responsible for HR, Security and Estates/Facilities at the Department for International Development. Before then, Neil’s career was with British Airways where from October 2002 to January 2007 he was Director for People and a member of the executive management team. A chartered fellow of CIPD and a member of the Institute of Directors, Neil is a social member of Marlow Sports Club. His wife, Carol, is a member of the Tennis Section.
“As we go into 2015, with exciting plans for the Club, we will need the right level of skills and experience to help us achieve our community goals. Neil, Martin and now Mike will definitely add value to our team!” Paul Sambrook, Chairman, Marlow Sports Club
We are supporting the Bisham Barnowl Group and yesterday saw us putting up a tawny owl box.
As tawny owls are regularly heard calling in this area, hopefully a pair will use this box for nesting next year.
Bisham Barn Owl Group is a group of volunteers who run a nest box project primarily for Barn Owls, but also for Tawny Owls and Kestrels, in the local area around Bisham in Berks and South Bucks.
For more on the Bisham Barn Owl Group blog: http://bishambarnowlgroup.blogspot.co.uk/
The MSC official calendar can be viewed here
Having a party/get together/meeting? Now you can book the Sports Club
To request a booking, either,
- email firstname.lastname@example.org with date, time, facility, purpose and contact details
- or contact; Commercial - email@example.com
- Alternatively, phone Frances Rose or Anne Jones (at 01628 483 638) will let you know availability and the terms & conditions
Sections benefit from discounted rates. Sections may book the internal facilities for free if enough people attend to more than pay for the bar staff & any additional expenses. Otherwise, a charge will apply.
Club Bar Opening Hours for May to follow….
If no one in the bar and no one in any of the Sports Facilities the barperson may close up the bar towards the end of the shift.
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