New Build Campaign


New Build Campaign

We have launched an urgent fundraising appeal to help us swap our crumbling premises for a purpose built state of the art gym. Detailed planning permission for the 1.6 million project at Kilsby Lane was granted in September and most of the funding is in place – but work cannot start until we have secured the £460,000 shortfall.  Funds from Sport England and sale of our land are in place, however, we need to raise the remaining amount. This move has been in the pipe-line for over a decade and our current premises is in such a poor state of repair we will struggle to maintain it for another year. We really need the support of local people and businesses to help raise the remaining funds. Our new club will provide fantastic facilities for our current 1,000 members and will have room for the 300+ children currently on our waiting list. The new Centre of Excellence will enable the club to host events and attract coaches from out of the area. We currently have schools and other community groups who already use our Lower Hillmorton Club, but the new building would be far better for everyone and will also enable us to hold school competitions. It will be a facility for the whole community. With your help and donations from local businesses, we can give the local community and our members the building they deserve. Please donate using our Just Giving page. http://www.justgiving.com/campaign/Rugbygymnasticsnewbuild Do you or someone you know, work for a Company that may be able to help Rugby Gymnastics Club to raise the extra funds needed to start to build our new gym? Do you know any Companies which have a community policy in place which gives the employees the opportunity to volunteer or help local charities within the community? If you do then it would be great to hear from you. You can email gill@rugbygymnasticsclub.co.uk or call 01788 542617. We look forward to hearing from you. Rugby Gymnastics Club Management Team.                

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