Falmouth Rugby Club: Volunteers get stuck in with 'Rugby Force'

By Joseph Macey

16th Sep 2021 | Local News

At the weekend, players and volunteers got stuck into Rugby Force at Falmouth RFC.

Natwest RugbyForce provides an opportunity to help get facilities back in shape, to welcome back the community as clubs look forward to getting back to play.

The tea, coffee, pints and pasties were flowing as people turned up in their numbers to help fix up the club.

You can see the work that went on at the club in the video above, shot and edited by Kevin Bishop.

Club Chairman John Bullock said:

"It is a sponsored event by Natwest, they give you a grant every year and you get a bunch of volunteers together and you do stuff for the club.

"Simple stuff, painting, cleaning, gardening and then I have a bunch doing some potholes, so that great health and safety hazard we have at Falmouth Rugby Club we are doing something about.

"The volunteers have just done really well, to come down and give us some of their time is fantastic."

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