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The success of England’s lionesses has highlighted the growing number of girls and women participating in what were traditionally considered men’s sports in years gone by and this is very apparent at Yoxford Cricket Club, a few miles out of Halesworth. The club has been very successful in recruiting women, girls and boys with over 120 youngsters participating! Parents are also encouraged to get involved so why not consider joining next season? A great opportunity for families to enjoy some exercise in the fresh air and make some new friends. See pages 16 & 17 for more details.
Please note the Super September poster on page 13 has been amended slightly – the Narrow Gauge Railway Open Day is Sunday 10th, not Saturday as stated in last month’s edition. It looks like there is something for everyone! I do hope it goes well and I’m sure I will receive some reports and photos of how the various events went, to include in the October and November editions of the ‘Hoot’!
Another successful Open Day for the Halesworth to Southwold Narrow Gauge Railway Charity with another to follow in September but I was saddened to read about the senseless vandalism of a display wagon recently. A lot of work, by volunteers and resources go into re-creating the railway so it must have been very disheartening. On the plus side it is now good as new!