Oak tree symbolises Garstang rugby union success

Two generations of Garstang  Rugby Club players plant symbolic Oak trees to celebrate the Club's  21st birthday at the  Youth Rugby Day on Sunday. Ian Davies and Bert Cross with their sons Kieran and Oliver at Hudson Park planting symbolic Oak trees,  donated by Garstangs own World of Hedges, to celebrate the Clubs coming-of-age and its continuity.
Two generations of Garstang Rugby Club players plant symbolic Oak trees to celebrate the Club's 21st birthday at the Youth Rugby Day on Sunday. Ian Davies and Bert Cross with their sons Kieran and Oliver at Hudson Park planting symbolic Oak trees, donated by Garstangs own World of Hedges, to celebrate the Clubs coming-of-age and its continuity.

Garstang Rugby Union Club has celebrated a thriving young section by planting a significant tree.

The club, known as The Oaks, saw two of its first team members and their sons plant the seeds of a mighty oak to symbolise the club’s success in bringing through young talent.

Ian Davies and Bert Cross with their sons Keiran and Oliver planted the oak at Hudson Park next to the River Wyre.

The tree had been donated by Garstang’s World of Hedges to celebrate the club’s twenty first season.

And the club is continuing its touch rugby sessions every Tuesday, starting at 6.30pm. For details call 07809 469931.