Haywards Heath Rugby Club has been awarded £1,500 by NatWest as part of the RFU Rugby Force Weekend initiative to implement much-needed facility projects at the Clubhouse. This gives the Club a fantastic opportunity to action immediate external projects that will complement the planned Clubhouse transformation next year. The plan over the weekend 21st-22nd June is to build a permanent pathway between Beeches Farm Field and the Club car park to improve the link between the minis training area and the Clubhouse and to install decking outside the Clubhouse creating an outside seating area for everyone to enjoy. Now the plans and the money for the building materials are in place, all that is needed is a team of willing volunteers to help make this happen.
This is a fantastic opportunity for everyone connected with the Club to stand up and make a difference over the weekend in June when the work must be completed.
Whether you have building experience or not, whether you can spare all day or just one hour, please sign up to help. The Club needs as many people as possible to get this work done and by way of encouragement there will be a BBQ and refreshments available and there will be organised touch rugby to keep the children (large and small) occupied. Each project will have experienced project leaders and there are also other important tasks that need to be done at the Clubhouse over the same weekend to make sure everything is ready for next season. Everyone can do something - male and female, young and old - and together the Club has the opportunity make a huge difference to the Clubhouse facilities.
Please email Sarah Fry on email@example.com ASAP with your name and contact details and an idea of the amount of time large or small that you can give the Club so project teams can be put together for the many tasks that need to be completed over the weekend.
HHRFC is determined to make this a fun and productive weekend for all – if you can spare the time and want to help, get involved!