England rugby star causes stir at Welwyn Garden City school

RUGBY World Cup winner Richard Hill was on hand to officially open a secure play area at a special needs school in WGC. The former England and Saracens flanker visited Lakeside School, in Lemsford Lane, yesterday (Thursday), in his capacity as a member of

RUGBY World Cup winner Richard Hill was on hand to officially open a secure play area at a special needs school in WGC.

The former England and Saracens flanker visited Lakeside School, in Lemsford Lane, yesterday (Thursday), in his capacity as a member of national charity Wooden Spoon.

The organisation, which is the official charity of British rugby, stumped up �7,000 to buy a new fence and security gates for the school's sports court.

Mr Hill, 36, said he was "delighted" to take part in the unveiling of the new facility.


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