SHC & Covid Guidelines
Formed in 1953, Spalding Hockey Club was based at Spalding Grammar School, playing most of their grass matches on the school fields until the town's first AstroTurf was built at the Sir John Gleed School. More recently, the club moved out of town to Glenn Park, Surfleet and by the end of this coming league season should finally have a clubhouse on the same site as their pitch - something the club has not had the luxury of for over 20 years. The club is the largest in Lincolnshire, fielding 9 adult teams each week in competitive leagues, and also runs a vibrant and successful junior section. The club prides itself on being a family friendly, social club, who welcomes people from all walks of life. Like most sports clubs, Spalding HC is run by volunteers who put a tremendous amount of hard work and effort into ensuring the club runs and operates for the benefit of all.
Sharon Amess is the covid officer for the club her email address is Covid.firstname.lastname@example.org
Match Day Protocols for visiting teams.
Changing rooms and toilets guidelines
In order to keep our players, coaches, umpires and extended hockey family safe, we feel we must take the regrettable decision to not allow spectators into the playing compound for the present time. Spectators are welcome to observe from outside around the compound. Only team players, managers, coaches and umpires will be allowed to wait within the compound, along the walkway.
Please remember to book your training slot each week on the attendance register, the revised risk assessment for step 5 must be read before you book your slot. Below are the documents all participants need to read before they can train or play games you must also book a place on the training registration form that you should have recived by email.
Covid guidelines for attending training
England Hockey participation agreement
Covid Step 4 Risk Assessment