Morpeth RFC Raises £1,400 at Annual Beer Festival

Morpeth RFC recently hosted its annual Beer Festival, a vibrant event that brought together rugby enthusiasts, music lovers, and beer connoisseurs for a weekend of fun and charity. This year, the festival was not only about enjoying pints and live music; it was also about supporting a meaningful cause.

In collaboration with Wooden Spoon Northumberland, the children’s rugby charity dedicated to transforming young lives in the region through rugby, Morpeth RFC encouraged attendees to contribute to a noble cause. The festival provided a perfect platform for raising awareness and funds for this important mission.

Thanks to the generous contributions of festival-goers, a remarkable £1,400 was raised. This amount will significantly benefit local children. The funds will support rugby programs, provide essential resources, and offer unforgettable experiences to children in need.

The success of this fundraising event highlights the strong community spirit within Morpeth RFC. Players, supporters, and volunteers came together, showcasing that rugby extends beyond the field—it’s about fostering a supportive and impactful community.

Looking Ahead

As the beer mugs clinked and laughter filled the air, Morpeth RFC and Wooden Spoon Northumberland celebrated more than just a successful festival. They celebrated the promise of brighter futures for children in the region.

Join Us Next Year!

Stay tuned for next year’s Morpeth Beer Festival, where we aim to make an even bigger impact. For more information on how you can get involved or support Wooden Spoon Northumberland, please contact us.