Spring has sprung at BOSC pavilion
The Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club (BOSC) is hosting a range of family friendly activities at its pavilion in April, kicking off the month with its regular quiz with Beacon Church.
Details of the events at BOSC pavilion, include:
- Quiz Night with Beacon Church, Tuesday 9 April, from 8pm
- Classic Car and Bike Meet, Sunday 14 April, 10am – 11am
- Easter Sunday Funday, Sunday 21 April, 10am – 1pm. Lunch at BOSC available from 1pm
- BOSCs first Cricket match with Headley Cricket Club, Saturday 27 April, 1pm – 7pm
The Bordon and Oakhanger Sports Club will host the popular monthly quiz night with Beacon Church on Tuesday 9 April, where the local community can test their knowledge and participate in an evening of drinks and quiz fun. Booking is essential, as this event is in high demand.
BOSC will host a Classic Car and Bike Meet on Sunday 14 April, between 10am – 11am. Classic car owners are invited to bring their own cars for visitors to look at and find out more information. These events have proved popular when held in Bordon before, so one not to miss for car lovers.
Celebrate Easter in style at the BOSC Sunday Funday. With activities for children and adults alike, the festivities begin at 10am with a service in the woods. Easter-themed crafts, music, lego, and snacks will be available, and the Easter Egg Hunt begins at 12:30pm. Lunch is available at BOSC from 1pm, no pre-booking is essential.
To round off the month, BOSC will play host to Headley Cricket Club’s first match at the venue on Saturday 27 April, 1pm – 7pm. This will be a great day out for those who want to watch a game of cricket, and enjoy drinks and a bite to eat on the terrace or in the club room.
“At BOSC, it is our mission to create a calendar of social events that appeals to all,” says Naomi Metcalfe, Community Development Officer for the Whitehill & Bordon Regeneration Company.
“In April, we’re especially pleased to be hosting the very first cricket match at BOSC. We look forward to hosting more events throughout the spring and summer and welcoming new guests at the pavilion.”