Would all members please note that we are returning to the Condor this Wednesday 21st July from 7 to 8 pm.
Could you please head to the search bay as we will be continuing with the temperature checks etc before passing security.
Please arrive no later than 6.50 pm.
If you feel unwell IN ANY WAY do not attend any WF events.
If you have tested positive, follow the guidance given and do not attend WF until your isolation is over AND YOU FEEL 100% BETTER
If you are awaiting a test or a test result, do not attend WF events
If you have been told officially to self-isolate, do not attend WF events
If anyone in your close contact circle (work or home) is awaiting a test or have COVID symptoms, DO NOT ATTEND ANY WF EVENTS
As we move ever closer to fewer COVID restrictions, it’s vital to keep important information at the forefront of everything we do.
This guidance will apply until further notice to prevent confusion of English and Scottish COVID restrictions.
- If you feel unwell IN ANY WAY do not attend any WF events.
- If you have tested positive, follow the guidance given and do not attend WF until your isolation is over AND YOU FEEL 100% BETTER.
- If you are awaiting a test or a test result, do not attend WF events.
- If you have been told officially to self-isolate, do not attend WF events.
- If anyone in your close contact circle (work or home) is awaiting a test or has COVID symptoms, DO NOT ATTEND ANY WF EVENTS.
- If you are unsure of any of these points please contact any of the club’s covid officers for guidance.
Please keep your fellow club members safe by following this guidance
The first Tuesday night walking football taster session at Seaton park went well. With players now allowed to have a kick about, that’s exactly what they did.
The session also saw the return of two former Arbroath walking football players. Dennis (Dinker) Mostyn was making his return after being forced to give up due to health issues. One quadruple bypass surgery later, and he’s back, Dinker still has a nice touch and hasn’t forgotten where the goal is.
Davie Spalding was returning after a long injury layoff. Just like Dinker, Davie still has all the touches and also found the back of the net. Both players enjoyed the session and were happy to be back playing.
The Tuesday night walking football sessions are aimed at anyone (male or female) over 50 who fancy having a kick about, a bit of exercise, and having fun. We are not so strict about the age, particularly if you’re recovering from an injury etc.
These sessions are run and organised by Arbroath FC Community Trust. The sessions are held at Seaton park from 6-7 on a Tuesday night. If you are interested and have any questions –
contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Seaton Park was basked in sunshine tonight as AWF had their second training session with Arbroath Football Club Community Trust.