Posted: 13th Jun 2022 by Kate Dickinson
It is with sadness that we must announce that one of the founder members of Ashford Athletic Club, an active coach and lifelong supporter of the club Ted Hawkins passed away in the early hours of Sun 29th May . This was then closely followed by the passing of his wife Elizabeth on the evening of June 1st. On behalf of All members past and present,Ashford AC wishes to offer condolences to Stephen, Robert ,Sue and family.
Ted had an impact on thousands of athletes, coaches, parents, officials, and members of the public. He lived, breathed, and slept athletics.
He had been an inspirational part of the club since its beginning and played a big part in fundraising for and getting the Julie Rose Stadium built for the benefit of all.
Their joint funeral will be held at Charing Crematorium at 12 .15 on Wednesday 29th June
In their honour, the family be proceeding from their home, Harvey Road on motorcycles or in cars at around 11.45. There will be a live stream available, details to follow, and reception at the 'Shute' in the Julie Rose stadium during & after the funeral. All that knew them are welcome to attend.
Family flowers only please at the crematorium.
THE ARTHUR K E N D A LL M E M O R I A L TRUST
Posted: 13th Dec 2021 by Kate Dickinson
2022 GRANT A P P L I C A T IO N S
Please have a look at this. YOUR Young Athlete may benefit from this!!
THE OBJECTS OF THE TRUST ARE
To encourage and develop participation in Athletics as a
means of promoting physical health in the youth of the
Community and to ensure that where possible, poverty shall
not be a restricting factor in such involvement as the Trustees
shall in their absolute discretion from time to time determine.
The Trustees, in furtherance of the objects, will only consider
applications from youngsters, or for projects which are entirely
concerned with young people. Any project must be entirely
for the benefit of young people for an application to be
Applications from persons or for beneficiaries aged 21 and
over will NOT be considered.
Applicants should reside in the area covered by the Eastern,
London, South Eastern and South West Regions and in the
case of individual applicants be a member of a club affiliated
to the SEAA.
Applications should be sent to the South of England
Athletic Association by 21st January 2022 and grant
awarded should be received by the end of March 2022.
Please see here for Application form and further information