September 1, 2015

Pitt Town & Districts Sports Club has been around since 1987, and it has a long and proud history of supporting the local community. With hearty club-style food served daily at the Hideaway Bistro, a program of regular events, and long-running associations with many local sports clubs, this local club has an important role in fostering community spirit in Pitt Town.

“The Club is a safe, family-orientated space for Pitt Town locals to enjoy,” says   club president John Cotter. “It’s a friendly venue with quality food for a family night out. And we also sponsor a number of sports clubs in the area, to help them raise money for their activities.”

Club activities are open to kids and adults alike. Whether you’re into cricket or soccer, netball, fishing or bowls, taking up a new sport is a sure-fire way to learn skills, have fun, get involved with the community and keep fit in the process.

And if you’ve ever fancied taking up a bow and arrow, John has some good news for you: “We’ve got plans for an archery club in the works. There’s a few Pitt Town guys who are keen to set one up, so look out for that.”

The Club facilities include a bowling green for the highly competitive Pitt Town Bowls Club, and an oval for cricket and soccer. And the Club building itself is used for fundraisers, like the weigh-in and carnival for the annual Hawkesbury Fishing Classic.

“The Fishing Club run the Classic every year. It’s an important major event that raises money for charity, so we’re proud to support it.”

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