Work Begins on New Kitchen
There will be different noises this week in the Rugby Club’s kitchen at Mains Park. Instead of the sound of cooking, people there will be the sound of sawing and hammering. Work begins in the Club House at Mains Park, where the kitchen is going to be completely refurbished and modernised.
This project which is being largely funded by a £30,000 grant from WREN’s FCC Scottish Action Fund, will provide a much needed revamp of Linlithgow Rugby Club’s kitchen
Ken Richardson, President of the Rugby Club, is excited that the project is taking shape.
Ken said “Our current kitchen dates back twenty-five years to when the current Club House was extended. It is now in need of a complete make-over and it will be great to install one with up-to-date equipment in a modern environment. This will provide a real boost to the facilities provided by the Club. It will benefit our young Minis, School or Senior players, as well as the many other local community groups who use the Club.”
Ken Richardson went on to say “Five years ago we began our ambitious 2020 Vision Project to refurbish and develop the Club’s facilities in the run-up to our 50thAnniversary which takes place next year. This latest venture is a significant step on our way.”
The work should be complete by the end of February.
WREN is a not-for-profit business that awards grants for community, biodiversity and heritage projects from funds donated by FCC Environment through the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund.
WREN Grant Manager, Sophie Cade says: “We are always pleased to support vital community amenities; this exciting project will bring the Club’s facilities right up to date.”E
Linlithgow Rugby Club organises and funds all of the local secondary school rugby as well as fielding two adult sides who play in the nationally organised leagues. In addition, the Club organises Tiny Reds for toddlers aged 2-5 and has 70 Micros (ages 5-7), 100 Minis (Primary 4-7) and 80 Secondary School players. The Rugby Club also plays a major role in the life of the local community. It has staged the Town Fireworks Evening for over 25 years. It hosts both the Marquee, which is at the centre of the Town’s Civic Fortnight each summer, and the annual Round Table Fun Day where local groups and charities set out fund-raising stalls. A wide range of local community groups and clubs use the Club House as a community base for their activities.
WREN is a not-for-profit business that awards grants for community, conservation and heritage projects from funds donated by FCC Environment through the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund. For more information please visit www.wren.org.uk
FCC Environment is the leading UK waste and resource management company and is part of a global group with a strong heritage in providing services for communities and business. Its vision is to be the environmental company of choice, delivering change for a sustainable future. It employs 2,400 people and operates more than 200 facilities across England, Scotland and Wales. FCC Environment donates the SLCF tax credits that are generated by its operations to WREN, in order to add value to the environmental and social infrastructure of the communities around landfill sites. www.fccenvironment.co.uk
The Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF) — any waste that is discarded which cannot be reused, reprocessed or recycled may ultimately be disposed of in a landfill site. To encourage the re-use, recycle and recovery of more value from waste and use more environmentally friendly methods of waste disposal, LandfillTax is charged on each tonne of waste sent to landfill. Landfill Operators (LOs) areable to redirect a small proportion of landfill tax liability to Approved Bodies tosupport a wide range of community and environmental projects in the vicinity of landfill sites through the Scottish Landfill Communities Fund (SLCF). The SLCF is regulated by SEPA on behalf of Revenue Scotland. For further information, please visit www.SEPA.org.uk