Crickhowell Rugby Football Club is a grassroots rugby club situated at the gateway to the Brecon Beacons in rural mid Wales. The first recorded game of rugby in Crickhowell was in 1881 and throughout all of that time, the club has never owned its own clubhouse. The club is in desperate need of clubhouse in order to progress it's plans for mini and junior rugby teams, to host visiting teams and supporters and also help to generate a modest amount of revenue to help with the club's upkeep. The club are also keen that it can also be used by the local community and enable local groups and societies to make use of the facilities if they so wish. In order to make this, we would like to raise £30,000 to purchase a wooden sports pavilion which will be situated at our rugby ground. We are all really excited at the prospect of our little rugby club having its own permanent home and it could really help cement the club's future going forward and help us to start our own mini rugby section.
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Why it's a great idea:
As a small club, to be able to attract players, compete and offer facilities to the community a new clubhouse is essential for our future and will benefit not only the club, players and youth in the town but the community as a whole.
Steps to get it done:
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