The Indian Community Centre Association provides a range of classes such as an Over 50’s Club, cricket, hockey and golf, to help develop skills and keep our community active.
For more information about any ICCA activities or to register an interest please complete an enquiry form.
The field hockey season has now begun with new dates and times available. Training sessions with the Sikh Union (Nottingham) Hockey Club (a 1st XI Midlands 1 field hockey club) are held every Wednesday between 4:30 p.m. and 6:00 p.m. at the Forest Sports Zone in the Forest Recreation Ground.
Hockey is open to all from 15 years of age and over with a cost of only £5.00 per session.
Skilled hockey players are given the chance to play in tournaments around England.
For further information, please call the ICCA on 0115 969 3402.
To make things run smoothly with steady numbers each week, we are charging a one off fee to be paid at time of booking for all 12 one hour sessions. See application form below. To avoid disappointment, hurry up and book your places by handing cash or cheques (payable to ICCA) together with a completed form to the following persons or ICCA centre.
Directions: Entry is via the gate on Bar Lane or Whitemoor Road, whichever is open.
Playing equipment. Bats, leg guards, gloves, helmets, boxes, and balls will be provided.
For members of ICCA: £40 per child and £30 for all other children in the immediate family.
For non-members of ICCA: £50 per child.
To avoid disappointment, hurry up and book your places by handing cash or cheques (payable to ICCA) together with a completed form to the following persons or ICCA centre.
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The ICCA golf society has been running successfully now for several years. With the start of 2013 the society is looking to expand its base and offer a range of different events and formats to encourage wider participation right through from beginners to the more serious golfers.
The primary aim of the society is to encourage friendship and enjoyment whilst preserving the competitive element of the game. Newcomers and guests are especially welcome so please feel free to join in.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact:
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The ICCA Golf Society has now started its lessons for players of all abilities. Nearly 20 players took part in the lessons during the first week. If you are interested, simply turn up to Ramsdale Golf Range every Monday 7pm to 8pm (except Bank Holidays) and at The Nottinghamshire Golf Range (Cotgrave) every Thursday from 7pm to 8pm. At just £6 per session this is an opportunity too good to miss.
Alternatively, you can e-mail The ICCA on enquiries@TheICCA.co.uk or use the contact us form.