Thursday, 24 March 2016

Open space for all creatures

St Augustine's Field in Rugeley

St Augustine's Field
was donated to the people of Rugeley some thirty years ago as an open-space.  It is now used by the rugby club as well as by dog-walkers - which means the players have the unpleasant task of cleaning the pitch of excreta before each match.

It's not a very prepossesing site, being enclosed by a fence on all four sides and having Rugeley Power Station as its view.  But, at least the principle is right.

1 comment:

  1. Yes, that view leaves something to be desired. I know it's played here, but I have no idea where a rugby pitch would be found here.