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****Centre and Play/gym equipment Closure****

We are sure you are aware of the current information and Government/Public Health England guidelines regarding the Coronavirus outbreak and gatherings in Public Spaces. Based on this the TCA Committee and Management have made the decision to close the Community Centre from Midnight on Saturday 21st of March 2020 until further notice.

This unfortunately includes our play park and outside gym
Our equipment is mostly metal which can host the virus germs for a substantial period.
To prevent danger to yourselves and families we need to take this precaution seriously.

Please tell all your children/friends that we would only wish for them to be safe and healthy to be able to enjoy when all this is over!

Please all stay safe and well, with much love and best wishes


Tracey and the TCA committee

History

Established in 1922 and played in the Surrey County Intermediate League (Western).

During their early days the club played Hawley Youth Club on 3 November 1969 and this game entered the 2003 Guinness Book of Records, for the most number of booked players, as all 22 players and a linesman were booked.

 

The club joined the Combined Counties Football League Division One for the start of the 2005–06 campaign. At the end of the 2007–08 season the club resigned from the Combined Counties League to join the newly formed Surrey Elite Intermediate League.

In 2011 they took voluntary relegation to the Surrey County Intermediate League (Western) Premier Division.

Their first season back in the Surrey County Intermediate League (Western) saw them finish bottom of the division and relegated to Division One.

The 2012–13 season saw the club finish as champions of Division one, and return to the Premier Division