To check how our Albury teams are doing in the League matches, click on the link. There are then further links to view the Ladies and Men’s results tables.
Tony Dawson to Open Annual Fun Day at Albury Outdoor Sports Centre
This year’s annual Fun Day at Albury Outdoor Sports Centre is to be opened by Aberdeen sporting hero Tony Dawson. Following his achievements in playing badminton and tennis for Scotland, Tony is well known in sporting and business circles in Aberdeen.
Members of the public are invited to come along to the Fun Day on Saturday 1st June, 1-4pm for free taster sessions of bowling, putting, croquet and tennis on the Centre’s two bowling greens, 18 hole putting course and five tennis courts. Entry is free and everyone is welcome.
A huge thank you goes out to Dobbies Garden Centres who kindly donated over £200 worth of bedding plants, hanging baskets and tubs.
Several of our volunteers have been busy getting the plants established and there is now a lovely display of colour brightening up the Centre.
Crathes Croquet Club is holding an Open day at Albury Sports Centre next Sunday, 28th April, 1-5pm.
Members will be giving visitors a free introduction to croquet. Everyone welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Albury Sports Centre will be opening its doors and welcoming visitors again from 1pm tomorrow 20th April. So, dust off those bowls, look out the tennis rackets, brush up your putting strokes and come along and have some fun.
With the 2013 season due to start on Saturday 20th April, we are looking for additional volunteers to help make this year the best ever. As an incentive we are offering £10 off an annual membership for every volunteer who completes at least 5 shifts.
As a working partnership between the community and Sport Aberdeen, Albury Sports Centre is reliant on volunteers to remain open. The Centre provides affordable tennis, bowling and putting to the general public in the heart of the city and is a much-loved facility for all ages and all abilities.
If you have a couple of hours to spare every week and would like to help keep this well used public facility open then please do get in touch. No experience is needed and it’s great fun. Shifts last for 2 hours and parents are very welcome to bring their children along with them. Duties include opening and closing the Centre, setting out and taking in equipment and staffing the admission booth.
So, whether you enjoy meeting people, want to add some volunteering experience to your CV or simply want some peace and quiet to catch up with your reading, get in touch!
Click on the Volunteer Spot icon to register your interest or email email@example.com. Alternatively call the Centre on 01224 571683 and leave a message with your contact details.
Crathes Croquet Club are holding an Open Day at Albury Sport Centre on Sunday the 28th of April, 1-5 PM.
Members will be offering a free introduction to croquet. Everyone welcome. Light refreshments will be served.
We are really pleased to let you know the exciting news that Albury will be competing in the local North East league this year. We will be entering both a ladies and a men’s team. Both teams will be made up of 4 players and each match will involve 2 doubles matches per doubles pairing. The teams will start in the bottom divisions so don’t worry the standard won’t be too frightening, and it’s all very social which is evident in the match tea which follows at the end of the night. These matches will be played on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings at 6.30pm with each team playing one match per week.
At this stage we would like to find out who is interested in becoming part of the pool of team players
by replying to the Albury email firstname.lastname@example.org
or by contacting me. Ideally we would like a pool of players for each team so as many people can be involved as possible. Players wishing to be part of the team will need to be members of Albury. This year’s annual rates are £85 for a family, £55 for Adult and £25 for Junior/Concession and can be bought online at www.alburysportscentre.org
Hilary Cromar has kindly offered to lead and coordinate the ladies team.We do still need a volunteer for the men’s team so come on guys let me know if you can do this and be the first ever Albury men’s team captain for the league. This is a pretty straightforward job which involves arranging the team and being a contact for other clubs to call if a match is called off due to weather for example. If you are interested in helping out with the men’s team please reply to this email.
The new season at Albury starts on Saturday 20th April 1pm.
We look forward to welcoming our regulars and new faces for tennis, putting & bowling.