In addition to the relevant sporting associations the club works closely with the City of York Council and is part of the council’s Sports Development Plan together with Schools and other organizations within the community.


The club is a registered charity run by a voluntary committee. We are constantly looking at ways in which to improve our facilities so if you think you have something to offer please contact our club secretary.

 

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See our Events page for more details of up and coming social events.


The date for our Summer Festival this year is Saturday 17th June 2017. 1pm till late.

Why not come along and have a look at our great facilities.

By becoming a member you will be entitled to join in the various social events at the club throughout the year as well as having access to the new clubhouse and its bar facilities during normal opening hours.

If you are unable to come down but would still like to join call Sue on 01904 608143.

Please note:

Over 65’s membership is free and for life. Under 18’s membership is free. A member can sign in 1 guest. Alcohol will not be sold to anyone under or appearing to be under the age of 18.  Alcohol cannot be consumed on the premises by anyone under the age of 18.  Members of the sport sections pay through their sport membership.

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16th June 2001. Accepting a cheque for £10,000 from Steve Astbury, centre, and Steve Dixon, to his left, of Yorkshire Water. Original LDSSC committee members from left, Julie Pigg, Anne Hovington, Jan Handley, Gary Clydesdale and Nigel Colley.

Lower Derwent Sports & Social Club is committed to providing sporting and recreational facilities for Elvington and the surrounding area.


As well as providing playing facilities for various sports such as football, cricket, netball and tennis for the local area, the club has an excellent clubhouse available for hire.

10th September 2011. Our successful fundraising Beer Festival ’One for the Rooster’. Click here for more photos.

Our next long term goal is to expand the clubs playing areas due to the increased popularity of our football section. As you can see from the plan below we have now reached our capacity for any additional playing areas, so for any future development we will have to look beyond our current boundaries. This would be an immense investment for us and one which we would need financial help with from fundraising and sponsorship. If this is something you would be interested in as either a sponsor or fundraiser please get in touch.

Visit our facebook site for up-to-minute info on our Elvington Festival 2017 https://www.facebook.com/ldssc/