The inconsistent form of Hednesford Town has done nothing to dampen the enthusiasm for events off the pitch at Keys Park with two big events taking place in the next few weeks.
The Cannock Rotary Club have organised a Casino Night in the Chase Suite on Saturday 31st March in support of the Hednesford Town Youth team and Action Kenya and Michael McMahon, whose inaugural Soccer School was a resounding success in February despite the bad weather, is offering places for another two week session during the Easter break.
Club Secretary Terry McMahon is delighted with the busy schedule on offer for supporters, young and old, to get involved outside of the normal fixtures.
‘It’s great that hard working people are prepared to give up their time to add so much to our football Club and we are hoping both events will be well supported by fans and local people alike.’
The first week of classes is running between Monday 2nd April – Friday 6th April and the second between Monday 9th April- Friday 13th April. Prices will be the same as the previous course at £40 per week or £10 per day.
Any parent or child interested in hearing more for the evening are encouraged to contact Michael McMahon on 07881458827 or download an application form here.
Entrance to the Casino Night is £10 and includes a buffet meal and £10000 of playing money for the evening. Dress code is smart casual. Tickets are available by contacting the Club on 01543422870 or contacting Jas Singh via email on email@example.com.