Spalding Rugby Club are delighted to be the latest winners of the Ringrose Law Community Project Scheme ‘A Grand Idea’ and yesterday were presented with a cheque for £1,000 to help towards the future of the Club.

The ‘A Grand Idea’ project was set up at the start of 2013 by Ringrose Law, who pledged to give £1,000 each to six different community projects across their six office locations. To date Ringrose Law has supported Beaumond House Hospice in Newark, Hollies Animal and Rehoming Trust in Sleaford and the latest community project to receive the £1,000 is Spalding Rugby Club.

The £1,000 received by the club will be going towards the facilities at the new pitches for this coming season. The club has toilet facilities and a clubroom that need decorating and refurbishment, and the Club has decided to complete this work as a form of work experience for their junior players. Jeremy Chew from the Club comments; “Parents/friends of the club that are skilled tradesmen will be holding a training weekend where the youngsters will be able to pick up some skills. Tasks will range from painting to fitting pipes, deep cleaning changing rooms & cutting grass. Receiving this money will go a long way towards this project and we are very grateful to Ringrose Law.”

Julie Atkinson, head of the Ringrose Law office in Spalding comments; “We are delighted to be able to support the Rugby Club with our A Grand Idea project. Being here today just highlights the importance of this club, so many local families attend the club every week and it is a vital cog in the local Spalding community.”

The A Grand Idea project continues across Lincolnshire until the end of the year and will finish in Boston in December. If you run a community group in the Boston area and want to get involved go to


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