A Unique Multi-Sports Facility


Archery is a fast-growing sport right across the UK. It has captured the imagination of

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Crown Green Bowls is played on a convex grass surface. Players use two bowls each,

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As a team game, cricket demands an exceptional variety of specialist skills, as well as

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The outdoor tennis courts have been recently refurbished, and are looking fantastic. To become a

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Bar Opening Times

We are pleased to announce that we will now be able to open up indoors and extending our opening to include Wednesday & Friday evenings as well as Saturdays

We look forward to welcoming everyone back.

Please adhere to the government guidance whilst at the club: All customers must be sitting at a table to order drinks and everyone within your party must either sign in or use the QR code with the Track & Trace app.

The rule of six/two households applies.

Table Service only

Customers must where a mask when  entering the club and whilst accessing the toilets.

Please use the hand sanitizers provided.

Saturday1pm 8pm


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Membership Open To All

“The Club”. Illustration of Hawcoat Park by Hannah Willetts. Copyright © Hannah Willetts. Prints are available for purchase at hannahwilletts.squarespace.com

Hawcoat Park Sports Club comprises 22 acres of playing fields and caters for a variety of sports at Junior and Senior levels.

The club is operated as a Community Amateur Sports Club (CASC), and is completely independent of any other companies or organisations. Anyone can join as a member, and can take part in any of the sports offered. Members are welcome to support the club by volunteering their time to maintain the grounds, marshal at events, etc. If they want to make a greater commitment, they can apply to join the Board of Directors, or take on other regular responsibilities.

Non-members are welcome to participate in the social aspects of the club, and membership is not required for access to the bar and lounge. Non-members are also permitted on site if they have booked the use of a facility, or are attending an organised event.