A Wales rugby star has stunned fans with his generosity after raising more than £2,000 for a flood-hit rugby club in Gloucestershire.
George North raised £2,150 for Lydney RFC at a Q&A event in Wales on Monday (24 February).
Members of the club were there with a bucket collection and when the winger heard what they were doing it for, he stepped in to help.
He auctioned off some signed pictures from the Lions tours in 2013 and 2017, along with some items of old kit.
[The club, which was completely flooded after Storm Dennis earlier this month,](http://Flood warnings remain in place across the West Country as homes damaged) expressed its gratitude on social media.
Lydney RFC has been raising money to go towards vital repairs since it was left virtually underwater after Storm Dennis.
So far the club has raised more than £12,000.