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Burgess Hill Boys Club Need New Blood!

24th September 2012
By Peter Chapman

Do you remember the Burgess Hill Boys Club at Fairfield recreaction ground? Were you aware that it's now been running for over 50 years? And guess what..... Paul Myles is still there running the show!

Since West Sussex County Council cut all funding to youth clubs in the area, the Boys Club has been kept alive through the financial support of the Burgess Hill Lions and fundraising events.

The sessions are run by a group of loyal volunteers who are now getting on in years.
As Paul Miles told me last Thursday "We need to inject some new blood into the club"

Can you help?
Do you have any time to spare of a Monday or Thursday evening?
Are you interested in Arts, Crafts and Cooking? Are you sporty and fancy playing Pool, Table Tennis, Football, Basketball and a range of other games with young people? If so, then the Boys Club needs YOU!

The club are looking for people that can make a regular commitment and for those that would like to go on a bank list of sorts, to be called upon if there is a staff shortage.

Get in touch
If you fancy having a fun and rewarding time by volunteering and would like more details and to arrange a visit to the club then please contact
Paul Myles Email: william.myles@homecall.co.uk Telephone 01444 233983

Without new volunteers the club will not survive and the young people of Burgess Hill will lose this long-running facility.

Club Nights
Senior Club - Mondays 7pm-9pm
13-20 years.
Entry - Free

Young Persons Club - Thursdays 6pm-7:30pm
8-12 years.
Entry - 20p

New members are always welcome and there is no joining fee.

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