During the Summer holidays Bath Rugby Foundation will host Project Rugby hubs at two locations, providing FREE access to the sport for new players.

Project Rugby is a Premiership Rugby and England Rugby initiative which aims at introducing the sport to young participants who may not have tried it out before.

The sessions are open to any children and young people aged 14+, boys and girls and of all abilities. Our track record of helping young people enjoy and flourish in a new sport is excellent – over the past two seasons youngsters who had previously never touched a rugby ball have joined new teams, made new friends, played at county level and even played at Twickenham.

Often barriers to participating in sport exist – Project Rugby helps knock these barriers down. Over the past two years Project Rugby has focused on reaching traditionally underrepresented groups:

  • Black Asian & Minority Ethnic People
  • People from Lower Socio-Economic backgrounds (top 30% IMD)
  • Disabled People

Our sessions this summer will continue this work but are not limited to these groups. No matter where you are from, if you have an interest in playing rugby, you will be welcomed at our sessions.

As well as rugby there will also be slip and slides (bring a towel!) and inflatables, music and food.

The two Project Rugby Summer Hubs start on the week commencing July 29 and run for five weeks at:

  • Bath RFC training ground, Lambridge, London Road, Bath. Sessions take place on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1pm to 3pm. Contact [email protected] for more information.
  • St Augustines School, Wingfield Road, Trowbridge, BA14 9EN. Sessions take place on Mondays and Wednesdays from 1pm to 3pm. Contact [email protected] for more information.

All sessions are FREE.

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