CHINNOR have launched a campaign to help improve the facilities at Kingsey Road.

The scheme sees supporters able to ‘buy a brick’ as part of efforts to improve the clubhouse.

The National League 1 outfit reported it has already secured Section 106 funding – contributions from housing developers – and a grant from South Oxfordshire District Council.

However, there is still a £80,000 shortfall.

The buy a brick campaign will allow fans to purchase a brick, complete with two lines of text.

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Chinnor posted a statement online, which read: “The club is proud to have made a difference to the lives of people, regardless of age, gender or background.

“In particular, women and girls’ rugby goes from strength to strength, as do children’s sports camps and mini rugby festivals.

“The time has come to upgrade the facilities at Kingsey Road during this, our diamond anniversary season.

“An achievable plan is underway involving the building of a viewing balcony along the front of the players’ bar and extending the undersized team changing rooms.

“This is a project that will improve the Chinnor experience for players and spectators alike.”

For more on the campaign, visit the Chinnor website.