Membership

Archery

Archery is a fast-growing sport right across the UK. It has captured the imagination of over 47,000 members of Archery GB, and many more at

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Bowls

Crown Green Bowls is played on a convex grass surface. Players use two bowls each, and have to roll their bowls towards a smaller target

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Cricket

As a team game, cricket demands an exceptional variety of specialist skills, as well as accommodating a variety of physical types. Players have to perform

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Football Juniors

Today, 11.8 million people play football in England. Joining a team at an early age is a great way to learn the sport, and develop

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Football Seniors

The English football league system, also known as the football pyramid, is a series of interconnected leagues for men’s association football clubs. There are very

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Rifle and Pistol

The sport of target shooting involves the use of air rifles and pistols, muzzle-loading rifles and pistols and cartridge rifles, both rimfire and centrefire. Shooting

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Rugby Union

Rugby Union, commonly known as rugby, is a contact team sport which originated in England in the first half of the 19th century. One of

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Table Tennis

Table tennis is a cheap and accessible sport played by 2.4 million people in the United Kingdom. For people of all ages and abilities, table

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How we use your Donations

Hawcoat Park Sports Club has full charitable status. It depends on income from membership subscriptions, events, and donations. 

2017 has been an exciting year for the club. The asset transfer of the former Thorncliffe School playing fields behind Hoops has completed. That means that the club now fully owns and operates this piece of land, unlike the main sports ground which is still owned by BAE Systems, but managed by the club. Whilst this is fantastic news, it has resulted in some unavoidable one-off costs, in particular, for the erection of fencing all round the site. The club will maintain this additional land with no increase in site staff.

The Board has also committed to refurbishing the changing rooms during 2018, including extending the womens' changing rooms. This will require a lot of money, and as much volunteer effort as possible. This work is required to bring the facilities up to more modern standards, and in particular to enable more women to participate in sports at Hawcoat Park.

Members and non-members now have option to donate via the website. The club can claim Gift Aid on donations from UK taxpayers, which it cannot do on subscriptions or payments for services. The Board can make really good use of any money that is donated in this way. It enables improvements to take place that simply cannot be funded by the subscriptions alone.

How to Join

To purchase a new club membership subscription online, please follow these three steps in the order shown. You only have to register once (ever), and thereafter you can login to the website at any time. Club membership subscriptions can be bought in the online shop, and you can pay by a variety of methods. Detailed instructions are available via the Membership menu.

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Register as a new user
Register as a new website user. Use this form if you want to join Hawcoat Park Sports Club as a new member, or if you are already a club member and want to buy your club subscription online.
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Create your profile
Login and enter your contact details (phone numbers and postal address) and your date of birth.
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Buy a subscription
Go to the Shop to buy an annual subscription. It saves the club time and money if you select an automatic payment method, such as a recurring credit/debit card payment, or direct debit.
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A Unique Multi-Sports Facility

We are grateful to Hannah Willetts for allowing us to feature her wonderful illustration of the club.

"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 is a truly unique facility in Barrow in Furness. The club comprises 15 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.

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.