Over £2,300 raised for the NHS as Frome Rugby Club fans and players wear their support

  Posted: 29.06.20 at 13:47 by The Editor

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Over 300 rugby players, fans and their families have been showing their support for the NHS - in fact wearing it - and raising over £2,300 in the process.

The photos have been posted of them - some of them at least - on social media - to say a huge big Thank You.

The Club has sold over 300 of the new Frome RFC NHS Tees by Club Kit Supplier VX3 with players, family members and supporters all purchasing them. Over the weekend the club received the order and have started to distribute.

Back at the beginning of May the Club, along with VX3, designed a special edition tee with the idea of supporting the Club and our fantastic NHS.

Director of Rugby, Cameron Hastie commented “Due to the massive generosity of club members & supporters, Frome RFC have managed to raise a whopping £2340 in support of our NHS, thank you to all that purchased a Frome RFC NHS T-Shirt, wear it with pride."

For each item sold £7.50 was donated to the NHS, and £5 back to Frome RFC, so it was also important for the club in these difficult times.

All of them heroes

Those who have yet to pick up their shirts can go to the club this coming Tuesday between 1930 and 2030.

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