Talks on future of rugby club

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Parish councillors will discuss the future of Grove Rugby Football Club at a meeting on Tuesday night.

Grove Parish Council’s leisure and recreation committee will meet at the Old Mill Hall from 7.30pm to discuss this year’s expenditure on the club.

Councillors will also receive play equipment inspection reports. The public is welcome to attend.

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