Sports have a productive lockdown

Bedfont Sports have spent lockdown improving their stadium

Bedfont Sports army of local volunteers have been very busy during lockdown. So far they have cleared paths, painted the front of the club and put in new cladding, refurbished the tea bar, put up new fencing, refurbished the officials changing facilities and the players dressing rooms, and constructed the first of four new portable stands (see above)- there will be an additional one hundred and two seats when they are finished.

They explain:

'All of these jobs are things we have been trying to get around to over the last few years, and now we have been able to find the time! Thankfully we have all the materials at the club so it's only cost us hard work from our wonderful volunteers.'

You can read more here, and take a look at their photographs of the work by heading here.

You have to admit, they've done a marvellous job!

Have you been sprucing up and improving your club during lockdown? Get in touch and send us some photographs.

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