5G – Five Golds

Great news!  Once again we have won Gold in the Rugby in Bloom competition.
Here are a few words from our Chairman Steve Batt:-
 I’d be grateful if you could let the team know that we have got to five in a row by winning Gold again this year in the Environmental Category of Rugby in Bloom J. That’s first and or Gold every year since 2008 when we first entered, brilliant.

 Yet again a fabulous tribute to all the Rugby Group team, but also a huge thank you to the input from Nature Force, Rugby School and RBC and not forgetting Phil Bett and team on Pytchley Marsh.


 We would be very grateful for more volunteers,  perhaps you know of a young person who would like to improve their CV by volunteering with us.  You don’t have to commit to every session and you don’t have to stay for the whole time.  We usually do about three hours when we work on a Sunday and two hours when we work on a Thursday (see calendar).  Stout shoes and old clothes are recommended, tools, gloves and instructions are provided. 

 The Nature Force groups typically arrive at 9.45  and leave at about 3 pm.  You would be very welcome to join in, you would need a packed lunch, but tea, coffee and biscuits are always provided.

Margaret (Secretary)