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The Boldon Community Association
Events and Adult Education Classes
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  Membership Fees
The Association will be back in full swing in September so now is the time to renew your membership subscription.  Subscriptions become due on 1st. September.
Family           £13.00
Adults             £5.00
Juniors            £2.00
Concessions    £2.00
The Junior Football Tournament
The Junior Football tournament takes place each year during the month of August, usually on a Sunday.
Training sessions are organised during the week over the winter.  Details of the times can be obtained from reception.
Managers and coaches are invited to enter their team in one of the age groups, under 5's, 6's, 7's and 8's each age group forming their own separate league or knockout format of competitiion depending upon interest.  Qualifying date for each particular age group is September 1st.
The tournament is a fund raising event for a local charity.
The entry fee will be £15 per team, all of which will be donated to the fund along with whatever other money is raised through raffles, food and sweet stalls etc. on the day.
Further details can be obtained from the Association or from:-
Mr D. Guy       537 1573
Mr P. Morrell  537 4009
Mr G. Baxter   537 2216

The Junior Football Team


Boldon Community Association

The Association was founded in 1972 by a consortium consisting of South Tyneside Borough Council, the local community, The Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation and Boldon Comprehensive School. Their aim was to provide the area with facilities that could be used "from the cradle to the grave" in the pursuit of education for life. Gone were the days of the schools being regarded as being forbidding institutions only for the use of children.

Under this arrangement the public would have access to facilities which were primarily intended for the use of the school and the school would have access to additional facilities provided by the Local Authority and the Coal Industry Social Welfare Organisation.

Bernard Abrahart, the Head Master, was to be in overall charge and the first Warden was Barry Storey who was at that time of his appointment the sports master in the School.

To read an extract from a booklet about the formation of the Association click here.

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