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Crawley Hockey Club

Crawley Hockey Club is crowdfunding

£4,926raised of £50,000 target by 110 supporters

Weʼre raising £50,000 to help fund a new hockey pitch

Crawley, UK

What is crowdfunding?

Crowdfunding is a new type of fundraising where you can raise funds for your own personal cause, even if you're not a registered nonprofit.

The page owner is responsible for the distribution of funds raised.


Will you help CHC fund a new All Weather Pitch at Hazelwick School?

The Project :

To raise £50,000 in partnership to part fund the only top quality pitch in Crawley.

One that meets the highest national standards for hockey, tennis and netball and that is ideal for community use.

Why you?

Just £10 will secure 1 square metre of the new pitch. YOU will become a named pitch partner.

Why now?

The current All Weather Pitch is over 15 years old and will soon become unplayable.

A sand-dressed pitch (England Hockey Category 1), ideal for multi-sport use would be available to the Community throughout the year.

Why Hockey?

Hockey is a team sport played by all ages, abilities, genders and ethnicities in over 138 countries. The Women’s World Cup in London in July and the Men’s World Cup in India in December 2018 will see extensive live television coverage worldwide.

It is a popular and well-established sport. Club hockey has increased by 40% and under 16 players by 80% since 2011. Participation by girls will double by 2018 (England Hockey). It is a top five school sport nationally.

While it proves increasingly popular in Crawley Primary Schools there is no provision in the Secondary Schools for development and match play.

The new pitch will provide a centre of excellence locally and secure hockey in Crawley for the future.

Why Partner?

Crawley has the largest population in West Sussex. There is huge potential to increase participation in sport with benefits in health and well-being. CHC has initiated an innovative partnership with Hazelwick School to promote sport and physical activities across all ages for the next 20 years.

A partnership will enable you to be involved in the construction of this unique sporting facility. It will provide opportunities for new activities and disabled access, breaking down barriers and increasing social cohesion.

Sport and physical activity enhance fitness, mental resilience, teamwork,leadership skills and promote high levels of enjoyment.

Crawley Hockey Club, Hazelwick School and YOU ! A Winning Partnership!

Total So Far

The Grand Total to date is the figure displayed on this page as well as £995 donated directly to the Club.

For a list of all Pitch Partners so far, there is a document on our club website!

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Many thanks for reading and we truely appreciate all donations!

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    • Nigel, Caroline, Lucy and Mattie Fish

      Nigel, Caroline, Lucy and Mattie Fish

      Oct 14, 2019

      Go Crawley, cant wait to see the new pitch !!!!


    • Zac Risby

      Zac Risby

      Sep 18, 2019

      Looking forward to playing on the new pitch. Zac Risby (The Hawks).


    • Mariska Dekker

      Mariska Dekker

      Sep 8, 2019

      Can’t wait to play on the pitch


    • Melissa Hunter

      Melissa Hunter

      Sep 8, 2019

      Can't wait to try it out!


    • The Golden Tresses

      The Golden Tresses

      Aug 9, 2019

      Please keep on giving


    • Anonymous


      Aug 8, 2019

      Hi,Here is 6 donations from;Dawn & Dave Mansfield Jason Mansfield Scott Mansfield Jean GreenlandSue Redman

    • Beverley Miller

      Beverley Miller

      Jul 29, 2019

      best wishes


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    Crawley Hockey Club

    Crawley Hockey Club

    Crawley, UK

    The club was originally formed in 1949 with a Ladies section, followed by the Men’s section being established in 1953. The club now comprises 4 Men's teams, 1 Vets team, 2 Ladies teams and 1 Junior team, a thriving Junior Development section of 80+ 6 to 16 year old players.

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