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Harrogate Railway FC want you involved

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Harrogate Railway Railway are holding an open meeting on Monday 12th December for all parents, players and people that would like to contribute to the Club.

This meeting is also open to anyone who has a son or daughter wishing to play at any age from 5yrs old. The club will explain what it is aiming to achieve in the next few years for the development of junior .

The new club facilities  and how it can be of use to the local community will also be open for discussion, covering topics of the brand new club house, changing rooms and a purpose built 3G all weather pitch.

Harrogate Railway juniors are a long established club that runs in accordance to the FA guidelines such as, codes of conduct for players and parents, all managers are CRB checked, both male and female teams (junior and senior) and all managers to be minimum FA level one trained.

The club is opening its doors to new players, no matter what your level of experience is, or age. Harrogate Railway will shortly have some of the best football facilities in the Harrogate area.

Also, if you would like to support the club in activities off the pitch then they would like to hear from you.

The meeting starts at 7-15pm at the Dagger, Station View, Starbeck.


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