Upton-upon-Severn RFC


Thank you Brook!
Brook on the pitch


Inspiring U15 Upton RFC Rugby Player Restores Damaged Pitch with Remarkable Dedication
In a heart warming display of determination and community spirit, a talented U15 rugby player Brook Walton has been quietly devoting his mornings to repairing a damaged pitch caused by a fire after a local festival using Upton pitches.
Every morning, before the school day even begins, Brook could be found armed with his tools, working tirelessly to restore the once-charred rugby pitch to its former glory. What started as an unfortunate incident when the pitch fell victim to a fire has now become an opportunity for Brook to demonstrate his incredible commitment and passion for the game of rugby.
With a touch of creativity and resourcefulness, Brook has single-handedly repaired the scorched ground by filling in holes, levelling the surface, and replanting grass where it had been destroyed. His dedication and meticulous attention to detail have earned him the respect and admiration of his teammates.
Brooks actions have not only provided his fellow team mates with a safe and well maintained pitch but have also served as an inspiration to the entire community. Through his hard work and positive attitude, he has shown that no matter the challenges one faces, it is possible to make a difference by taking matters into your own hands.
It is clear that Brooks commitment to rugby extends far beyond the game itself. His efforts demonstrate the power of individual action and the importance of giving back to the community. As the pitch continues to flourish under his care, Brooks story serves as a reminder that acts of kindness, no matter how small, can have a profound impact on the lives of others.