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Heroes Day 2018

As many of you will know, over the past couple of seasons our Club has experienced some devastating personal losses. The extremely sad deaths of James Colman, John Hobbs and Derek Hucker, all hit the Club incredibly hard and it is perhaps true to say, we will never really come […]

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Memory walk for James

Sugar Loaf Trig Point

Further to Sam’s blog earlier this week, we’re delighted to announce details of our memory walk for James. It’s nearly one year since a team of NUFC members completed the gruelling 24-hour mountain challenge over peaks in North and South Wales. We’re inviting all players, supporters, friends and family to join […]

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The Colman 4, one year on

As we come up to a year since our 24-hour mountain challenge that ten of us completed for Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY), this is one of the first times I have had the opportunity to think back to it. It doesn’t feel like a year ago we completed our last […]

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Matchday Quiz Night – Saturday 18th November

We will be holding a football (well mostly!) quiz for all players and club members after the games on 18th November at The Grove. The Quiz will finish at around 7.30pm so that it does not disrupt any evening plans that you may have. Although there will be an entry […]

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Naming Ceremony for Hobbo

On September 9th Nailsea United Football Club will be a hosting a ceremony to rename their new changing room facility “The John Hobbs Building.” The Club is honouring the long serving John Hobbs who sadly passed away earlier this year who gave over 50 years of service to the club in […]

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Nailsea United FC: Annual General Meeting 2017

The Club will be holding its Annual General Meeting at the Grove Sports & Social Club, on Monday, 22nd May 2017, starting at 7.30 pm. Please make every effort to attend – it’s your opportunity to learn about how the Club is doing and influence its future management and direction […]

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The mountain blog: we did it!

So a week has now passed now since we embarked on our mountain challenge in memory of James. I have to say, that in the lead up to the challenge and certainly more so after it, I have never felt more proud of this football club and everyone connected with […]

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The mountain blog: Last push

Sugar Loaf Trig Point

With less than 2 week to go now until our Mountain Challenge, I thought it would be a good opportunity to share with you all the details of our last push. First and foremost, thank you to all who have raised money and awareness for the cause. We are all […]

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The mountain blog: What the challenge means to me

As I write this, my body aches and will for another couple of days I am sure. The reason for this was the team climbing 3 mountains yesterday, as part of the leader Stuart Lee’s training demands. Pen Y Fan, Sugarloaf and Skirrid were accomplished and with the big event […]

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