Drybrook sign up to Nat West Rugby Force

The club has signed up to this nationwide programme developed in partnership with the RFU which aims to help English community rugby clubs become more viable businesses over the next 5 years.

Nat West Rugby Force helps rugby clubs improve their facilities with the support of volunteers and the community.
The Nat West Rugby Force weekend on 15th and 16th June remains a central part of the initiative as an opportunity for all club members and the community to come together for a weekend of DIY.

Drybrook RFC facility improvement programme will hopefully be several jobs rolled into one.

The first would be to clean out and deepen the perimeter drainage brook around the ground as well re-position the drainage pipe and bridge that crosses the brook. This would necessitate the use of a JCB in addition to a number of people assisting with various tasks.

The second job would be to repair the footpath and hard standing that surrounds the main pitch. A number of retaining boards have become broken over the years and these need replacing and the stone chippings put back in place.

The area between the clubhouse and changing room is in need of a big tidy up and the perimeter fencing at the club also needs some attention particularly in light of the recent attack from Wild Boar.

More details will follow nearer the time