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4th AprDisclosure Barring Service checks (DBS)

Many members have expired or soon to expire DBS certificates. As KHUA will continue to support appointments to the new South East area leagues, the association will be using umpires with a current DBS in place. So, don’t leave it until September just as the season is about to start!! Contact me now to arrange a new DBS check. It’s a free service to all KHUA members!!

Debbie Garner, KHUA Welfare Officer

Many members have expired or soon to expire DBS certificates. As KHUA will continue to support appointments to the new South East area leagues, the association will be using umpires with a current DBS in place. So, don’t leave it until September just as the season is about to start!! Contact me now to arrange a new DBS check. It’s a free service to all KHUA members!!

Debbie Garner, KHUA Welfare Officer

Many members have expired or soon to expire DBS certificates. As KHUA will continue to support appointments to the new South East area leagues, the association will be using umpires with a current DBS in place. So, don’t leave it until September just as the season is about to start!! Contact me now to arrange a new DBS check. It’s a free service to all KHUA members!!

Debbie Garner, KHUA Welfare Officer

2nd AprEfF Implementation - Registration with London as Primary Activity Area

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the London Area should register that intention (with the London Area) through completion of the London Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the South East Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the London Area Notice on this topic:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the London Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "London Area Officiating Questionnaire":

https://cutt.ly/EcwNmOd - SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option)

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Tim Forte
officiating@greaterlondon.hockey
fortehockey@btconnect.com ... More

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the London Area should register that intention (with the London Area) through completion of the London Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the South East Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the London Area Notice on this topic:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the London Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "London Area Officiating Questionnaire":

https://cutt.ly/EcwNmOd - SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option)

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Tim Forte
officiating@greaterlondon.hockey
fortehockey@btconnect.com ... More

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the London Area should register that intention (with the London Area) through completion of the London Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the South East Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the London Area Notice on this topic:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the London Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "London Area Officiating Questionnaire":

https://cutt.ly/EcwNmOd - SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option)

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Tim Forte
officiating@greaterlondon.hockey
fortehockey@btconnect.com ... More

2nd AprEfF Implementation - Registration with South East Area as Primary Activity Area

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the South East Area should register that intention (with the South East Area) through completion of the South East Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the London Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the SCHUA Notice to members but originated by the South East Area:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the South East Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "South East Area Officiating Questionnaire":

http://bit.ly/39D2YoX SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option) - please note this is a new functioning link.

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything then please give me a call on 07860 888318.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Paul Shackman
paul.shackman@btopenworld.com ... More

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the South East Area should register that intention (with the South East Area) through completion of the South East Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the London Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the SCHUA Notice to members but originated by the South East Area:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the South East Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "South East Area Officiating Questionnaire":

http://bit.ly/39D2YoX SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option) - please note this is a new functioning link.

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything then please give me a call on 07860 888318.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Paul Shackman
paul.shackman@btopenworld.com ... More

Any KHUA Member whose primary geographical location or intended Area for Season 2021-22 and beyond is the South East Area should register that intention (with the South East Area) through completion of the South East Area Questionnaire; please note there is a separate Notice and process for those wishing to notify their intention to officiate predominantly in the London Area. Please see the relevant text below extracted from the SCHUA Notice to members but originated by the South East Area:

Dear All,

I do hope that this email will help you to understand a little more about the restructure, where officiating fits in and, most importantly, asks you about your preferences for the next season.

I would urge everyone to complete the questionnaire as it is important that everyone’s views and feelings can be taken into account as things move forward. The questionnaire is where you can express your preferences as to how you wish to become involved with officiating next season. By completing the questionnaire you will ensure that the South East Area, the other areas and England Hockey will be able to communicate with you about all hockey related issues.

Here is the link to the "South East Area Officiating Questionnaire":

http://bit.ly/39D2YoX SEE HYPERLINK BELOW (blue More option) - please note this is a new functioning link.

I appreciate that there are still unanswered questions and everyone is working as hard and as quickly as possible to resolve issues about radios, kit, coaching, assessing, expenses and the best way in which we can reach out to club umpires

As always, I am available to answer any queries and questions so please do not hesitate to contact me about any issues involved with the restructure.

My email is below but should you wish to discuss anything then please give me a call on 07860 888318.

I hope that you will find the content of this email really helpful and useful.

Paul Shackman
paul.shackman@btopenworld.com ... More

31st MarEH FfF Implementation - Future Area Organisation Information

The FfR Implementation Work continues to move forward and we will shortly be posting News Notices on this activity here on our Website or promulgating information via Block E-Mail - there will be a series of communications in the next few days.

Under FfF, County HUAs will no longer have a formal role because Umpires, as part of the Officiating Group, will be managed in the future by one of the 8 new Areas or by, or in conjunction with, NPUA if you umpire in the National League. Every umpire will be entitled to choose which Area is their primary management organisation and for KHUA Members these are likely to be either the London Area (broadly inside the M25) or the South East Area. It is expected that NPUA Umpires will also be part of an Area. This means that individual members will need to select or register with the relevant area that they are most likely to umpire in/take appointments from/is most geographically relevant. We will be promulgating information relating to both the London Area and South East Area so members will need to select the correct/relevant materials; however, for the majority of KHUA Umpires it is likely to be the South East Area that will be of most interest.

Chris Peart
Chairman

The FfR Implementation Work continues to move forward and we will shortly be posting News Notices on this activity here on our Website or promulgating information via Block E-Mail - there will be a series of communications in the next few days.

Under FfF, County HUAs will no longer have a formal role because Umpires, as part of the Officiating Group, will be managed in the future by one of the 8 new Areas or by, or in conjunction with, NPUA if you umpire in the National League. Every umpire will be entitled to choose which Area is their primary management organisation and for KHUA Members these are likely to be either the London Area (broadly inside the M25) or the South East Area. It is expected that NPUA Umpires will also be part of an Area. This means that individual members will need to select or register with the relevant area that they are most likely to umpire in/take appointments from/is most geographically relevant. We will be promulgating information relating to both the London Area and South East Area so members will need to select the correct/relevant materials; however, for the majority of KHUA Umpires it is likely to be the South East Area that will be of most interest.

Chris Peart
Chairman

The FfR Implementation Work continues to move forward and we will shortly be posting News Notices on this activity here on our Website or promulgating information via Block E-Mail - there will be a series of communications in the next few days.

Under FfF, County HUAs will no longer have a formal role because Umpires, as part of the Officiating Group, will be managed in the future by one of the 8 new Areas or by, or in conjunction with, NPUA if you umpire in the National League. Every umpire will be entitled to choose which Area is their primary management organisation and for KHUA Members these are likely to be either the London Area (broadly inside the M25) or the South East Area. It is expected that NPUA Umpires will also be part of an Area. This means that individual members will need to select or register with the relevant area that they are most likely to umpire in/take appointments from/is most geographically relevant. We will be promulgating information relating to both the London Area and South East Area so members will need to select the correct/relevant materials; however, for the majority of KHUA Umpires it is likely to be the South East Area that will be of most interest.

Chris Peart
Chairman

30th MarKHUA Umpire Expenses and Club Invoices for Season 2020-2021

Good morning colleagues.
With the announcement from E.H. that all leagues have been declared "null and void" for this season, I propose to now invoice all Clubs for the appointments that they received this season, within the next few days.
At the same time can I please ask all Umpires with outstanding expenses to submit their claims for payment through their personal areas asap. If at the end of this week (02/04/21) there are expenses unclaimed I will do so on your behalf as "Internet Buddy" and make due payment to individual's bank accounts.
Regards and keep safe.
Malcolm
KHUA Treasurer

Good morning colleagues.
With the announcement from E.H. that all leagues have been declared "null and void" for this season, I propose to now invoice all Clubs for the appointments that they received this season, within the next few days.
At the same time can I please ask all Umpires with outstanding expenses to submit their claims for payment through their personal areas asap. If at the end of this week (02/04/21) there are expenses unclaimed I will do so on your behalf as "Internet Buddy" and make due payment to individual's bank accounts.
Regards and keep safe.
Malcolm
KHUA Treasurer

Good morning colleagues.
With the announcement from E.H. that all leagues have been declared "null and void" for this season, I propose to now invoice all Clubs for the appointments that they received this season, within the next few days.
At the same time can I please ask all Umpires with outstanding expenses to submit their claims for payment through their personal areas asap. If at the end of this week (02/04/21) there are expenses unclaimed I will do so on your behalf as "Internet Buddy" and make due payment to individual's bank accounts.
Regards and keep safe.
Malcolm
KHUA Treasurer

23rd MarKHUA Umpire Insurance.

Good morning colleagues.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of the KHUA with E.H. Fit for the Future programme, I wish to advise you thsat the KHUA will be renewing its members insurance for another year from the 1st. June 2021. Any questions to be sent to myself.

Regards

Malcolm Hasler
KHUA Treasurer

Good morning colleagues.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of the KHUA with E.H. Fit for the Future programme, I wish to advise you thsat the KHUA will be renewing its members insurance for another year from the 1st. June 2021. Any questions to be sent to myself.

Regards

Malcolm Hasler
KHUA Treasurer

Good morning colleagues.
Despite the uncertainty surrounding the future of the KHUA with E.H. Fit for the Future programme, I wish to advise you thsat the KHUA will be renewing its members insurance for another year from the 1st. June 2021. Any questions to be sent to myself.

Regards

Malcolm Hasler
KHUA Treasurer

19th MarEH Fit for Future Development Activity - Preliminary Update Information

EH is continuing to lead development work to implement the Hockey Fit for Future Proposal agreed at their 2020 AGM for implementation by the start of the 2021/22 Season (link to FfF below). Until now, much of the activity has not delivered tangible results and so it has not been feasible to update members on the likely impacts they will see with any degree of certainty - this has now changed and reliable information is beginning to emerge. Therefore, the time is right to start providing updates to members and my intention is that this should happen at least monthly for the foreseeable future. These updates will be posted on the KHUA Website as and when needed.

By way of reminder FfF will see all domestic hockey arrangements evolve away from the traditional Regions and Counties set-up to one of 8 geographically orientated Areas (with Sub-Areas where appropriate). Under the new arrangements, the existing Kent County focus will, in the main, come under a new South-East Area although a small element will fall within the London Area; importantly, there is a degree of choice for clubs, players and officials but the intention is travel distances and times should reduce. From an umpiring perspective, it is likely that KHUA will no longer be required with our Officiating management responsibilities being picked up by the relevant committees embedded as elements of the new London and the new South-East Areas. Information Leaflets on the anticipated changes for Officials from these 2 Areas are now available and you will shortly receive these via Block E-Mail messages. Additional information on the overall change is available from the EH Website.

Unfortunately, the changes will mature on the back of the third COVID-19 National Lockdown which has impacted severely on the current 2020/21 Season. It now seems likely that only limited competitive domestic hockey will take place between now and the start of the 2021/22 Season but that might change as EH receive updated Sports guidance from HMG and there vis likely to be an increased level of Summer Hockey which should afford all umpires the opportunity to refresh their skills. At present East, Kent and South Leagues’ seasons appear to have been closed (with the exception of possible Promotion Play-Off games for a few teams to facilitate promotion of successful teams to the new South Conference Division for each gender that stand up for the 2021/22 Season). The current and therefore most accurate information is available from the relevant Leagues’ Websites.

Finally, KHUA has members supporting the development work of the new Officiating arrangements for the London and South-East Areas. There are further opportunities to become involved in the development of the new Area Management Structures if you would like to do that (details within FfF link below).

Chris Peart
Chairman

19 March 2021 ... More

EH is continuing to lead development work to implement the Hockey Fit for Future Proposal agreed at their 2020 AGM for implementation by the start of the 2021/22 Season (link to FfF below). Until now, much of the activity has not delivered tangible results and so it has not been feasible to update members on the likely impacts they will see with any degree of certainty - this has now changed and reliable information is beginning to emerge. Therefore, the time is right to start providing updates to members and my intention is that this should happen at least monthly for the foreseeable future. These updates will be posted on the KHUA Website as and when needed.

By way of reminder FfF will see all domestic hockey arrangements evolve away from the traditional Regions and Counties set-up to one of 8 geographically orientated Areas (with Sub-Areas where appropriate). Under the new arrangements, the existing Kent County focus will, in the main, come under a new South-East Area although a small element will fall within the London Area; importantly, there is a degree of choice for clubs, players and officials but the intention is travel distances and times should reduce. From an umpiring perspective, it is likely that KHUA will no longer be required with our Officiating management responsibilities being picked up by the relevant committees embedded as elements of the new London and the new South-East Areas. Information Leaflets on the anticipated changes for Officials from these 2 Areas are now available and you will shortly receive these via Block E-Mail messages. Additional information on the overall change is available from the EH Website.

Unfortunately, the changes will mature on the back of the third COVID-19 National Lockdown which has impacted severely on the current 2020/21 Season. It now seems likely that only limited competitive domestic hockey will take place between now and the start of the 2021/22 Season but that might change as EH receive updated Sports guidance from HMG and there vis likely to be an increased level of Summer Hockey which should afford all umpires the opportunity to refresh their skills. At present East, Kent and South Leagues’ seasons appear to have been closed (with the exception of possible Promotion Play-Off games for a few teams to facilitate promotion of successful teams to the new South Conference Division for each gender that stand up for the 2021/22 Season). The current and therefore most accurate information is available from the relevant Leagues’ Websites.

Finally, KHUA has members supporting the development work of the new Officiating arrangements for the London and South-East Areas. There are further opportunities to become involved in the development of the new Area Management Structures if you would like to do that (details within FfF link below).

Chris Peart
Chairman

19 March 2021 ... More

EH is continuing to lead development work to implement the Hockey Fit for Future Proposal agreed at their 2020 AGM for implementation by the start of the 2021/22 Season (link to FfF below). Until now, much of the activity has not delivered tangible results and so it has not been feasible to update members on the likely impacts they will see with any degree of certainty - this has now changed and reliable information is beginning to emerge. Therefore, the time is right to start providing updates to members and my intention is that this should happen at least monthly for the foreseeable future. These updates will be posted on the KHUA Website as and when needed.

By way of reminder FfF will see all domestic hockey arrangements evolve away from the traditional Regions and Counties set-up to one of 8 geographically orientated Areas (with Sub-Areas where appropriate). Under the new arrangements, the existing Kent County focus will, in the main, come under a new South-East Area although a small element will fall within the London Area; importantly, there is a degree of choice for clubs, players and officials but the intention is travel distances and times should reduce. From an umpiring perspective, it is likely that KHUA will no longer be required with our Officiating management responsibilities being picked up by the relevant committees embedded as elements of the new London and the new South-East Areas. Information Leaflets on the anticipated changes for Officials from these 2 Areas are now available and you will shortly receive these via Block E-Mail messages. Additional information on the overall change is available from the EH Website.

Unfortunately, the changes will mature on the back of the third COVID-19 National Lockdown which has impacted severely on the current 2020/21 Season. It now seems likely that only limited competitive domestic hockey will take place between now and the start of the 2021/22 Season but that might change as EH receive updated Sports guidance from HMG and there vis likely to be an increased level of Summer Hockey which should afford all umpires the opportunity to refresh their skills. At present East, Kent and South Leagues’ seasons appear to have been closed (with the exception of possible Promotion Play-Off games for a few teams to facilitate promotion of successful teams to the new South Conference Division for each gender that stand up for the 2021/22 Season). The current and therefore most accurate information is available from the relevant Leagues’ Websites.

Finally, KHUA has members supporting the development work of the new Officiating arrangements for the London and South-East Areas. There are further opportunities to become involved in the development of the new Area Management Structures if you would like to do that (details within FfF link below).

Chris Peart
Chairman

19 March 2021 ... More

5th MarChris Henderson - Funeral Arrangements

His funeral will be on Friday 12 March at 3.30 and will be attended by his family, god children and their parents only due to the restrictions.

No flowers please but if you would like to make a donation in his memory to Diabetes UK please use the link below:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

Or would just like to leave a message:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

If anyone would like to attend virtually, the information is below:

https://www.wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast-view

Login / Order ID: 82477
Password: mkcddwad

I am really sorry that because of restrictions we cannot all be together following the funeral, which he would have loved. Hopefully when we are all in a better place in the summer, the family would love to see you all and raise a glass.

Maureen and family

Peter Worrall

His funeral will be on Friday 12 March at 3.30 and will be attended by his family, god children and their parents only due to the restrictions.

No flowers please but if you would like to make a donation in his memory to Diabetes UK please use the link below:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

Or would just like to leave a message:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

If anyone would like to attend virtually, the information is below:

https://www.wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast-view

Login / Order ID: 82477
Password: mkcddwad

I am really sorry that because of restrictions we cannot all be together following the funeral, which he would have loved. Hopefully when we are all in a better place in the summer, the family would love to see you all and raise a glass.

Maureen and family

Peter Worrall

His funeral will be on Friday 12 March at 3.30 and will be attended by his family, god children and their parents only due to the restrictions.

No flowers please but if you would like to make a donation in his memory to Diabetes UK please use the link below:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

Or would just like to leave a message:

https://www.cpjfield.co.uk/services/93234

If anyone would like to attend virtually, the information is below:

https://www.wesleymedia.co.uk/webcast-view

Login / Order ID: 82477
Password: mkcddwad

I am really sorry that because of restrictions we cannot all be together following the funeral, which he would have loved. Hopefully when we are all in a better place in the summer, the family would love to see you all and raise a glass.

Maureen and family

Peter Worrall

23rd FebChris Henderson - RIP

I am really sorry to have to report that Chris who was one of our senior members has passed away on Sunday 22 February.

The majority of you will know Chris wearing his Coaching & Selection hat, where he has passed on his vast experience. His support for the Association has been significant and he will be sorely missed.
On your behalf we offer Maureen and family our deepest sympathies.

When the arrangements for the funeral are made I will advise the details.

Peter Worrall

I am really sorry to have to report that Chris who was one of our senior members has passed away on Sunday 22 February.

The majority of you will know Chris wearing his Coaching & Selection hat, where he has passed on his vast experience. His support for the Association has been significant and he will be sorely missed.
On your behalf we offer Maureen and family our deepest sympathies.

When the arrangements for the funeral are made I will advise the details.

Peter Worrall

I am really sorry to have to report that Chris who was one of our senior members has passed away on Sunday 22 February.

The majority of you will know Chris wearing his Coaching & Selection hat, where he has passed on his vast experience. His support for the Association has been significant and he will be sorely missed.
On your behalf we offer Maureen and family our deepest sympathies.

When the arrangements for the funeral are made I will advise the details.

Peter Worrall

17th FebAlbert Johnson - RIP

I am really sorry to have to report that Albert who was one of our most senior members has passed away on Sunday 24th January, he would have been 89 on the 28th January.

Many of you will have been touched by Albert via the many posts he held within the Association. As far as long memories can remember the only job that Albert didn't do was Appointments Secretary. As Chairman of the Council for a number of years, as it was then, he managed with a forthright manner and everybody knew where they were!

"Attached below is the information to access the web link for the funeral of my Father. There is also contact details for the funeral director on there as well.

Henry Paul Funerals at Pembury is our funeral director. On their website there is a sub section for obituaries and then it is a case of scrolling down to my Dad's obituary, where people can leave messages, light candles or make donations. All the details of the funeral are on there as well along with details of our chosen organisation, Alzheimers Society if anyone did want to donate.

We are obviously limited in numbers to a maximum of 30 people. If there was a representative that did wish to attend if you could let me know".

If you would like to send condolences these should go to his daughter Carol at 53 Mountney Drive, Pevensey Bay , East Sussex,BN24 6SH. Email cjcj24@yahoo.co.uk.

Peter Worrall​

I am really sorry to have to report that Albert who was one of our most senior members has passed away on Sunday 24th January, he would have been 89 on the 28th January.

Many of you will have been touched by Albert via the many posts he held within the Association. As far as long memories can remember the only job that Albert didn't do was Appointments Secretary. As Chairman of the Council for a number of years, as it was then, he managed with a forthright manner and everybody knew where they were!

"Attached below is the information to access the web link for the funeral of my Father. There is also contact details for the funeral director on there as well.

Henry Paul Funerals at Pembury is our funeral director. On their website there is a sub section for obituaries and then it is a case of scrolling down to my Dad's obituary, where people can leave messages, light candles or make donations. All the details of the funeral are on there as well along with details of our chosen organisation, Alzheimers Society if anyone did want to donate.

We are obviously limited in numbers to a maximum of 30 people. If there was a representative that did wish to attend if you could let me know".

If you would like to send condolences these should go to his daughter Carol at 53 Mountney Drive, Pevensey Bay , East Sussex,BN24 6SH. Email cjcj24@yahoo.co.uk.

Peter Worrall​

I am really sorry to have to report that Albert who was one of our most senior members has passed away on Sunday 24th January, he would have been 89 on the 28th January.

Many of you will have been touched by Albert via the many posts he held within the Association. As far as long memories can remember the only job that Albert didn't do was Appointments Secretary. As Chairman of the Council for a number of years, as it was then, he managed with a forthright manner and everybody knew where they were!

"Attached below is the information to access the web link for the funeral of my Father. There is also contact details for the funeral director on there as well.

Henry Paul Funerals at Pembury is our funeral director. On their website there is a sub section for obituaries and then it is a case of scrolling down to my Dad's obituary, where people can leave messages, light candles or make donations. All the details of the funeral are on there as well along with details of our chosen organisation, Alzheimers Society if anyone did want to donate.

We are obviously limited in numbers to a maximum of 30 people. If there was a representative that did wish to attend if you could let me know".

If you would like to send condolences these should go to his daughter Carol at 53 Mountney Drive, Pevensey Bay , East Sussex,BN24 6SH. Email cjcj24@yahoo.co.uk.

Peter Worrall​

22nd Oct

(2020)
Postponed and cancelled games - IMPORTANT

It is extremely important that you urgently inform the relevant Appointments Secretary if you are advised that a game has been cancelled.

Men’s appointments – Brian Miller
Women’s appointments – Stephen Bristow

Their contact details can be found in your personal area on the KHUA website, under ‘Umpiring Associations’ and then ‘Umpire Contacts’.

Bob Jordan
General Secretary
Kent Hockey Umpires Association

It is extremely important that you urgently inform the relevant Appointments Secretary if you are advised that a game has been cancelled.

Men’s appointments – Brian Miller
Women’s appointments – Stephen Bristow

Their contact details can be found in your personal area on the KHUA website, under ‘Umpiring Associations’ and then ‘Umpire Contacts’.

Bob Jordan
General Secretary
Kent Hockey Umpires Association

It is extremely important that you urgently inform the relevant Appointments Secretary if you are advised that a game has been cancelled.

Men’s appointments – Brian Miller
Women’s appointments – Stephen Bristow

Their contact details can be found in your personal area on the KHUA website, under ‘Umpiring Associations’ and then ‘Umpire Contacts’.

Bob Jordan
General Secretary
Kent Hockey Umpires Association

18th Aug

(2020)
Emergency Details (Keep it in your bag!!)

Don't forget to update your personal medical details before you go to a hockey match. In the event of an emergency, these details can help you get the right medical support. You can complete the form on this link or use a phone app. Tell your colleague where it is, just in case! Keep safe and well! ... More

Don't forget to update your personal medical details before you go to a hockey match. In the event of an emergency, these details can help you get the right medical support. You can complete the form on this link or use a phone app. Tell your colleague where it is, just in case! Keep safe and well! ... More

Don't forget to update your personal medical details before you go to a hockey match. In the event of an emergency, these details can help you get the right medical support. You can complete the form on this link or use a phone app. Tell your colleague where it is, just in case! Keep safe and well! ... More