DaSH Update

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Following the recent announcement that our Chairman and U15’s coach are moving to Seaford Town we want to reassure you that this is a strategic move to ensure the older age groups have a dedicated route into adult football. We wish them all the best and look forward to hearing about their journey.

DaSH are a small community club with a big history and for us the future is also bright. We continue to provide football coaching across all junior ages and are very much open for business!

The committee members are focused on working together to ensure a welcoming, friendly and all inclusive footballing experience for both our current and future members.

This club belongs to the community and is all about the kids. With that in mind we would welcome anyone looking to get involved in its running or contributing to its continued success.

Thank you for your support – we cant wait to see you all soon as we start to come back from lockdown.

 

DaSH Goalkeeping

We’re super excited to introduce our new DaSH Goalkeeping sessions from 17th August.

Coaching will be led by experienced goalkeeper and licensed GK Coach, Dan Breach.

Training takes places on Saturday’s from 9am at The Hollow and is free for DaSH members. Non-members are welcome to come along too for just £2 per session.

Contact us for more information if interested.

New Clubhouse now open!

After 2 long years fundraising and planning, we finally opened our new Clubhouse this week.  Thank You Robert Eaton Memorial Fund [REMF] for their fantastic support.  We now have an amazing home that befits the many hundreds (😲😲) of members and guests visiting us every week.

Thank you Gareth Glover, Mike Langridge and all of the REMF Committee.

Thank you to The House Project, The Sussex Sign Company, Iron Designs, Jukes Plumbing & Property Maintenance, L.E Electrical, All Trim and Howdens,

Also thank you to Mark Curnock, Gavin Hill, Matt Jukes, Lee Englefield, David Longley, Craig Kitson, Ant Boxall, Justin Hobden and many others for their time given.

 

Thank You REMF

We’d like to say a huge, huge DaSH Thank You, to The Robert Eaton Memorial Fund.

After lots of hard work and fundraising within the Club over the past year, REMF have donated and incredible £6000 to help us complete the renovation of our facilities.

We’ll be removing our old units and installing a new clubhouse, canteen and toilets over the next few weeks. Part of the ongoing transformation at DaSH JFC.

A massive thank you to REMF for their amazing generosity from all us members, supporters and volunteers.

http://www.remf.org.uk/