Wednesbury RUFC Clubhouse Improvements

Wednesbury RUFC Clubhouse Improvements

Wednesbury Rugby Club is looking to raise money to fund a variety of improvements to our facilities to be carried out during the summer.

£380 raised of £2,500 target 15 %
19 supporters 17 days left
This project is using Flexible funding and will receive all pledges made by 9:00am 7th August 2018

This project is using Flexible funding and will receive all pledges made by 9:00am 7th August 2018

Wednesbury Rugby Club have proudly been selected by the RFU as one of the clubs nationally to successfully participate in this year’s NatWest Rugby Force.

Wednesbury Rugby Club’s NatWest Rugby Force will take place on the 4th & 5th August 2018.

As part of the NatWest Rugby Force, we will be looking for volunteers to help us complete the necessary required to improve our facilities, and hopefully we will have a team of people to complete the necessary work.

Please support us by donating whatever amount you can to enable us to continue to be a great asset for the community in Wednesbury and a club where all ages and abilities are encouraged to play the great game of rugby, and learn the rugby values of teamwork and respect.

Wednesbury Rugby Club is looking to raise money to fund a variety of improvements to our facilities to be carried out during the summer. The improvements range from general maintenance to improving the safety of the club house for members, visitors and youth section of the club.

We would be also hoping to make the club more sustainable by carrying out some energy saving changes to the club house. For example, a new suspended ceiling to the main function room, new L.E.D energy saving lights, completion of the boundary fence to keep the pitches secure and improvements to the heating system.

We would love your support to help us reach our target to allow us to give our club that little bit extra.

All donations, no matter how big or small, will help us towards our target and will be re-invested into the community.

Many Thanks

Gareth Hughes

Hon Secretary



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