A FUNDRAISING page has been set up for Llanrwst United following significant flood damage to their facilities.

The Lock Stock Welsh Alliance Division One side, who share their Gwydir Park base with the town’s cricket club, revealed the extend of the damage following the torrential rain that battered the region over the weekend.

The club revealed to the Pioneer that their kitchen will need a completely new renovation, including new fridges, and the barriers and goal on the pitch have also been damaged beyond repair.

A large number of the club’s storage containers are also in need of repair, with the condition of expensive machinery stored unknown at the present time.

The cricket club also face a race against time to re-do their wicket ahead of their season opener next month, and former player Mike Lundstram is seeking to raise £2,000 from his JustGiving page that was launched on Sunday, March 17.

Lundstram enjoyed a hugely successful spell at the Rwsters before leaving earlier this season to join Penmaenmawr Phoenix to play with son Benn, who has since gone on to join Bangor City’s first team set-up after a standout campaign as part of their U19 side.

United’s immediate status regarding their upcoming fixtures is also uncertain, with Welsh Alliance officials yet to make comment regarding the recent turn of events.

A tweet from the club’s official account, read: “After record floods in Llanrwst, we awoke this morning (Sunday) to find our pitch and its facilities in a terrible mess.

“Any help would be most helpful. We will struggle to get over this.”

Further details are expected to be released by the club in the coming days, and anyone wishing to make a donation to the fund can do so by visiting https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/michael-lundstram.