Long Sutton Hockey Club was founded in 1923. At the time there was both a Long Sutton Hockey Club and a Holbeach Hockey Club. So it was decided that as one club had a ground, but few players and the other club players, but no ground, they should amalgamate.

In the 1960's the club moved to Cinder Ash, Long Sutton, built its own clubhouse and acquired a second pitch. The club continued to produce many county level players.

During the 1970's a joint venture was agreed with Long Sutton Cricket Club to build a new pavilion on Park Road. The Earl of Ancaster duly opened the pavilion in May 1975, at the time the club retained the Cinder Ash pitches and purchased land for 2 more in Daniels Gate.

With the advent of artificial pitches, the club raised and acquired funding for an artificial pitch laid at The Peele School: Opened by Stuart Storey in October 1997 all matches are now played on the 'Astro'. 

What Are We About!

Long Sutton Hockey Club is about encouraging and enabling players of all ages to learn about and to participate in the great sport of Hockey. From the Juniors all the way up to the Adult First Teams players are encouraged to play the game fairly and whilst encouraging a winning mentality, enjoyment is always the most important result.

The club also provides good oppurtunities for socialising and all players and families are encouraged to play an active part in any of the events, evenings or outings organised.

We pride ourself on the fact that a Friend made at Long Sutton Hockey Club is a Friend for Life!

Safeguarding and Protecting Young People

Long Sutton Hockey Club, as an affiliated member of England Hockey (EH), is committed to ensuring that all young people who play hockey have a safe and positive experience.

To this end, Long Sutton Hockey Club: has adopted the EH Safeguarding and Protecting Young People in Hockey Policy; is committed to complying with best practice that may from time to time be issued by EH; is committed to ensuring that best practice is followed in all matters relating to young people; and is committed to ensuring a duty of care to all Club members by adopting and implementing the EH Equity Policy and future versions of this Policy.
Further Information about recognising and responding to concerns, and appropriate reporting procedures can be found on the England Hockey website


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