As you will know there has been a lot of work done over the last few months by many players and volunteers to improve the clubhouse, provide a spectator terrace and build new ladies and gents toilets. This will make sure that the club is COVID ready for the return to rugby in September.
The refurbished clubroom, now named the '1857 Bar and Terrace', was formally opened by former England and British and Irish Lions captain Martin Johnson (CBE) in June.
Post Crowd Funding
With our first ever crowd funding appeal having now formally closed, 25 June, I would now like to draw your attention to two other rewards in particular. Firstly we have a Rugby United training shirt which features a main sponsor of St. Helens Autism Support. This is a local charity that is doing some amazing work for local people.
£5 from the sale of each shirt will be donated to 'SAS'. These shirts are available in both kids and adults sizes and there are images of the shirt on the crowdfunder page. Here's the link to the crowdfunder campaign.
The price for these shirts is just £20.
We also have a few spaces available for the first manufacturing run-off of our bespoke LSH mugs. The mugs display the club badge to the front, and to the rear we have the back of an LSH shirt featuring your name and number. When you purchase one of these rewards send a message containing your name and number, or contact the crowdfunder campaign and we will ensure your details are recorded correctly. The bespoke mugs are priced at just £15.
Due to the delay in the complete lifting of covid 19 restrictions we have had to postpone the beer festival. This was originally scheduled for the weekend of 17-19 July 2021. Tickets purchased for this event will be valid for entry to the festival on the rescheduled dates which are currently to be confirmed. We will communicate the new dates to you once they have been agreed.
Again, thank you for the incredible support which you provide to our club.