Senior Blackhawks Basketball  from 1st September 2021

The sessions from 1st of September will Generally be howere please note this may vary and should be checked on My Club House

Mondays - Woking Blackhawks Three - 20:00-22:00 

Tuesdays - Woking Blackhawks  One and Two - 20:00-22:00 

Wednesdays Ladies  - 20:00-22:00 

Thursdays  Woking Blackhawks  One and Two - 20:00-22:00 (not Thurs 2nd Sept)

Fridays - Woking Blackhawks Three, Ladies and New Members 

The Club Uses My Club House for the administration and collection of subscriptions and fees using My Club House

To register and sign up for sessions click here



Monday 19th July – Basketball England Guidance Reaches Return to Play Level 0

As from Monday 19th July the Government has relaxed Covid regulations , removing all social distancing measures which is reflected in Basketball England Guidance.

There will no longer be a requirement for anyone attending Club practices or games to complete pre-session COVID-19 questionnaires, be temperature tested and screened prior to entering a venue.

Woking Blackhawks will continue to ask members, officials, parents and spectators to -

Hygiene Regime

Continue observing and maintaining the current hygiene regimes including hand washing and sanitising, cleaning of equipment, removal of all rubbish etc. Sanitising gel and wipes will be available at all sessions

Wear Face Masks

Spectators, Coaches, officials (where appropriate) and spectators must wear face masks when in the Sports Hall

Self-Isolate

A member must self-isolate and not attend sessions if told by NHS Test and Trace, has been in direct contact with somebody who has tested positive for Covid-19.

Self Screen

Adopt a self-screening process prior to attending sessions. If any person has a temperature, cough, headache or generally feel unwell, that person must not attend practices or games.

Members are reminded that Lateral Flow Tests (LFT) are freely available and can be used to test for Covid-19. Regular testing provides additional assurance that individuals are not infected with Covid-19 even when no symptoms are evident

Further guidance will be distributed as and when provided by Basketball England

 

 

Club Development

As part of the objectives of the Club to Develop a Home Court facility , a proposal(or as described on the site ‘an idea’)  has been entered on the Surrey County Council Your Fund web site.

This can be seen by Clicking Here   

Please follow the link , click the ‘Agree’ button at the bottom to demonstrate support for this proposal.

This is an initial step, the Executive is presently developing a document ‘Towards a Blackhawks Basketball Centre’ that will support the development