Wet weather and availability of material has slowed the import of infill material onto the Sports Grounds. We now hope to have all imported material on site by the end of February.
The new flooring in position
The old flooring comes up after many years service.
The final day of the old carpet.
Bream Sports Club along with other organisations from the area laid a wreath at Bream Cenotaph at the Remembrance Day Service on 12th November 2017.
Bream Sports Club hope to have all infill material on-site by the end of 2017.
The soil importation phase on the Sports Grounds is now nearing completion and – weather permitting, the project team hope to have all infill material on-site by the end of the year.
In the photo some of the imported material is stockpiled awaiting levelling.
The next phase will involve levelling the imported material, then installation of drainage, covering the surface with topsoil and seeding. We will post more detail when we reach this phase.
The large mounds adjacent to the cricket square comprise topsoil that was removed and stockpiled at the beginning of the project, so these will used towards the end of the project.
The Sports Club would like to thank the residents of Bream for their continued patience and understanding and also for their tremendous support of the community events that the club has hosted during the year.
BreamFest enables a £1,000 donation to Bream Early Learners.
The BreamFest held at Bream Sports Club in the summer enabled the football section to present a cheque for £1,000 to Bream Early Learners. In the photo Jon, chairman of the football section presented the cheque with some of the Bream football players.
Jon also leads the ground improvement project which will bring football and cricket back to Bream.
Charity Halloween Fancy Dress event at Bream Sports Club.
Tequila Mockingbird provided the music for the Halloween Fancy Dress charity dance. Harriett did a great job with the creepy decorations with her usual artistic flair.
Many of the guests got into the spirit of the occasion! with some convincing fancy dress costumes.
A bucket collection was made and the £194 raised was divided between Great Oaks Dean Forest Hospice and the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal.