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Day 3 - Thursday 10 May - Levelling the surface
All day was spent bulldozing the soil to start creating the required profile of the new pitch.
Day 2 - Wednesday 9 May - Turf goes and GPS is prepared.
An estimated 200 tons of soil and grass clippings need to be removed from site.
Day 1 - Tuesday 8 May - Removing the turf
The old pitch goes.
Gloucester Rugby Heritage has published the following books: Gloucester Rugby Heritage – a richly illustrated 40-page digest of the history of ...
Partners and Sponsors
The following organisations played an important part in the development of Gloucester Rugby Heritage: Gloucester Rugby, the history of which is ...
Gloucester Rugby Heritage was originally set up as part of Friends of Gloucestershire Archives, but by 2015 it was evident ...
Origins of the Project
It was the demolition of the old wooden grandstand on the south side of Kingsholm in the summer of 2007 ...
A random selection of clips from the 1990s decade.
Historic Video clips - Other rugby-related activities
This section contains links to video clips which are rugby-related but not of actual matches. If you come across clips which ...
Highlights of Local matches in bygone years
Lydney v Sale 1983 Played on 22 January 1983. BBC match video from Rugby Special This was a John Player Cup third round ...
The Gloucester team went through the 1882/3 season unbeaten, with 14 matches played, 11 won and 3 drawn. They were ...
Gloucester Teams in the 2010s
Gloucester Teams in the 2000s
Gloucester Teams in the 1990s
Gloucester Teams in the 1980s
Gloucester Teams in the 1970s
A list of Gloucester RFC Gallantry & Military Medal Winners
This page lists the players who earned these awards.
Gloucester Teams in the 1940s
Gloucester Teams in the 1930s
Gloucester Teams in the 1920s
Gloucester Teams in the 1910s
Gloucester Teams in the 1900s
Gloucester Teams in the 1800s
Hi all just found out some of these players were related to my grandad thank you for all your comments...
Smith, Charles Albert “Whacker”
Thanks, Mervyn - most helpful, and we have now updated our records!
As an OW who had the privilege of being coached by Keith at Wycliffe I greatly enjoyed listening to Phil...
Remember John Spalding as a strong robust scrumhalf and watched him many times from 'the shed' . When I was...
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