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Rugby Club funds drainage works at the Holmes Chapel Community Centre

Holmes Chapel Parish Council and Everybody Sport & Recreation are very grateful to Holmes Chapel Rugby Club for funding vital drainage works to the rugby pitch at the Community Centre.

Over the summer of 2020, the rugby club sought advice and costs from various companies before deciding what work needed to happen. As a result, a drainage grid was installed at the side of the car park in the grass bordering the pitch and attached to the existing land drain. Further drainage was installed across parts of the pitch. The combination of these and previous investment, now brings the total to over £14,000 that the Rugby Club has invested in these community facilities.

Cllr Brian Bath, Chairman of Holmes Chapel Parish Council says; ‘We are grateful to Holmes Chapel Rugby Club for their ongoing investment in the pitch at the Community Centre. In the past they have funded floodlights for their training, contributed towards the outside toilet available on match days and now drainage works. We wish the club every success when they are able to begin playing matches again.’

Everybody Sport & Recreation says “Holmes Chapel Rugby Club is a great asset to our community centre, bringing local community sport to a range of ages and abilities and their efforts in improving the facilities for their club is commendable. We look forward to welcoming them back to play on their improved pitches in the near future.”

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