Brookswood rugby players Quintan Morley (left to right), Philip Lee Caleb Gerth will be selling mushroom compost this weekend as a fundraiser for the program's tour to California next spring.

Brookswood rugby players Quintan Morley (left to right), Philip Lee Caleb Gerth will be selling mushroom compost this weekend as a fundraiser for the program's tour to California next spring.

Brookswood, Walnut Grove holding annual manure sales

Money will be used as fundraiser for Bobcats rugby program, Gators track and field program

A pair of Langley high schools are holding their annual manure sales as their respective sports teams look to raise money.

Brookswood Secondary’s rugby program is selling bags of composted mushroom manure to help support the school’s rugby tour to California in 2016.

The bags, which are approximately 50-pounds each, are selling for $5 per bag. Anyone ordering 10 or more bags can get free delivery in the Brookswood area.

To place an order, call 604-530-2141 ext. 500 or come by the school on Friday (April 10) from 4 to 7 p.m. and Saturday (April 11) from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The school is located at 20902 37A Ave.

And the Walnut Grove Gators track and field program is also selling bags of mushroom compost for $5.

Orders can be placed by calling 604-882-0220 ext. 570 or it can be picked up either Friday (April 10) from 4 to 7 p.m. and Saturday (April 11) from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. or until it is all gone at 8919 Walnut Grove Drive.

Any minimum three-bag pre-order prior to April 10 will receive free home delivery in the Walnut Grove/Fort Langley/Willoughby area.