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  • 10 Sep 2022 10:24 AM | Jeremy Ley (Administrator)

    There will be a minute of silence at the club on Sunday 18th at 8pm.

    On bank holiday Monday the Club will be open at 10am and TV screens will show the funeral.

  • 17 Jun 2022 8:39 PM | Jeremy Ley (Administrator)

    A new page has been created for old photos that members would like preserving here.  You can upload to the page as long as you are a member.

    I was clearing out the cabinet in the office a few weeks ago and found a lot of old photos. I thought I would put them up here for everyone to see.

    Photos from the archive

  • 9 Jun 2022 1:42 PM | Anonymous


    Whitnash Bowls Section is pleased to announce that a

    Junior Bowls Introductory (FREE) Session will be held at

    Whitnash Sports and Social Club on

    Wednesday 15 June 4.00pm – 4.45pm

    All children and young people (Juniors) between the ages of 7 and 18 years of age who are interested in learning and playing lawn bowls are warmly invited to attend. Bowls and all other necessary equipment will be provided.

    This session will be run by Club Bowlers :

             Bob Thompson and Martin Dean

    A New Age fun bowls set will be available for younger siblings 5-7 years old, to use under parent/guardian supervision.

    Dress for on the Green – Casual or School Uniform. Flat soled or minimal depth tread shoes, trainers or plimsolls.

    All children under the age of 16 MUST have a parent or guardian present throughout the session.

  • 1 Jun 2022 12:32 PM | Anonymous

    Players/Teams/Coaches wanted

    Whitnash Town Juniors are relaunching our youth section, offering a fun, positive and progressive environment for young football players of all abilities and backgrounds.

    Teams led by fully FA qualified and DBS checked coaches

    Coaches development encouraged and supported

    Centralised Finance, allowing players to receive full training kit, training facilities and other perks all for 1 monthly fee (no extras)*

    Safe environment adhering to all FA safeguarding regulations with qualified Welfare Officers

    To register your interest or for any enquiries, please email info@whitnashtownfc.club or click here

    * Bursaries and Subsidies available (email: welfare@whitnashtownfc.club or click here)

  • 15 May 2022 9:54 PM | Anonymous

    Three of our Petanque members have just qualified in Nottingham for the Home Nations 2022 to represent England in Troon, Scotland against Wales, Scotland and Jersey later in the year.


  • 29 Apr 2022 5:51 PM | Anonymous

    Upcoming event: Big Bowls Open Day

    Sunday 29 May 10:30am - 3:30pm.

    For all ages and abilities.

    If You've never bowled before don't worry, all will be made very welcome.

    Equipment and instruction provided.

    Just bring along a pair of flat soled (or minimum depth tread) shoes for on the green.


    Very best regards




  • 4 Apr 2022 8:48 PM | Anonymous

    We are pleased to announce a new Junior Bowls Section.  Please use this link to see more details.

  • 30 Jan 2022 1:44 PM | Jeremy Ley (Administrator)

    Please note there are football reports for the first team now on the site.


  • 23 Nov 2021 6:48 PM | Jeremy Ley (Administrator)

    Membership forms for 2022 are available here for those that cannot pay online.

    Word Document that can be filled in Membership.docx

    PDF Document for printing and filling in by hand Membership.pdf

  • 22 Nov 2021 11:41 AM | Jeremy Ley (Administrator)

    Two Whitnash Windmill Petanque ladies qualified this year to represent England in the World Petanque Championships, which were held in Spain in November 2021.  The squad, comprising only four ladies in the country, was determined through qualifying competitions throughout the 2021 season, where HANNAH GRIFFIN and RACHEL KELLY succeeded in this qualification process to form fifty percent of the England team.


    Whitnash Windmill Petanque Club is very proud of this magnificent achievement, which was well deserved and earned through hard work, determination and constant training over many months.  Five timed games were played which determined which countries progressed to the main World Champs and which would enter the Nations Cup.   The English ladies played exceptionally well to win 2 out of the 5 games, winning 13-6 against Andorra and 13-3 against Austria, but losing against Belgium (13-5), Sweden (10-4) and also in a very tight match against Denmark (10-9) which could have gone either way.   A third win would have put them through to the main event but their narrow loss meant they progressed to the Nations Cup.  There they beat Slovakia in the first round (13-3) but unfortunately they were unable to retain their excellent form and they lost to Canada in the Quarter finals (13-2) where a win would have secured them a bronze medal. 


    However, the girls played extremely well throughout the competition, on what were very challenging pistes (playing lanes) and did themselves, the Whitnash Petanque Club, WSSC and the country proud.


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