Appleby and Eden Cricket Club is finally being restored, 20 months after it was deemed unsafe from the effects of Storm Desmond.
Flood water damaged both the pavilion and the pitch, and the cricketers have been playing 20 minutes away in Culgaith near Penrith ever since.
This restoration is costing £800,000, funded by the English Cricket Board, Sport England and insurers.
It should survive all but a one in 100-year flood, such as Storm Desmond, and its taken volunteers 20 months of hard work to get this far.
After almost two years of upheaval, this club still won't be home until next April, and even then, it's a club nestled in the bend of the river Eden, surrounded on three sides by the biggest threat its ever faced.