Last year, Bath Rugby Foundation helped 60 overweight men to shed the pounds to improve their physical and mental wellbeing – firm in the belief that healthy fathers, uncles and friends create healthy families and communities. Now a group of these graduates have formed their own rugby team, the Bath
If you’re looking to get back into education, employment or training, we can help.
HITZ is Premiership Rugby’s award-winning education and employability programme which works with over 2,000 16-19 year-olds across England every year. HITZ uses rugby’s core values of teamwork, respect, enjoyment, discipline and sportsmanship to get young people
Are you a keen or semi keen cyclist?
Or enjoy a good laugh with friends?
If the answer to both questions is yes, Bath Rugby Foundation have just the thing for you.
From the 4th-8th October they’ll be cycling through the quiet lanes and beautiful scenery of Normandy. There are
Wednesday 19th July saw over 20 young people from across B&NES and Wiltshire come to The Rec for a careers day unlike any they have taken part in before. The Princes Trust, which offers free training courses to help 16-30 year olds joined forces with the Foundation’s HITZ programme which
Francois Louw, Henry Thomas, Max Lahiff, Michael Van Vuuren, Dave Attwood, Tom Dunn, Harry Davies and Aled Brew give time to teach young people with disabilities.
Bath Rugby Foundation’s annual Summer Scrum came to Odd Down Sports Ground this Thursday with a bang. 96 children aged 10-18 with learning or
David Flatman, Coaches Todd Blackadder and Tabai Maston, and Players Freddie Burns, Rhys Priestland and Darren Allison supported the fundraising event in aid of Bath Rugby Foundation and George Thomas Hospice, Cardiff.
Over 100 guests dined in style at the Loake Shoemakers event and The Mint Room was buzzing as
Bath Rugby Foundation’s Todd Burge was one of the stars of the show at the star-studded Premiership Rugby Parliamentary Community Awards, claiming one of the top prizes on offer.
The PLAY Achiever of the Year Award, supported by Sporting Equals, recognises those who have broken down physical, cultural or social
Bath Rugby Foundation is delighted to appoint Lynne Fernquest as its first CEO.
The appointment will see Lynne lead Bath Rugby’s charity to ensure that it continues to grow, is wide reaching in its impact and positively benefits vulnerable children and young people in the city and surrounding areas.
Bath Rugby Foundation has been nominated for three prizes at next month’s Premiership Rugby Parliamentary Community Awards.
With the Premiership Rugby Parliamentary Community Awards taking place at the House of Commons on Tuesday 4 July, a specially-selected panel faced the daunting task of whittling down the nominations to a final
For most of us, the idea of cycling the entire length of the British Isles is enough to make us break out in a sweat before even putting a foot on the peddle, but not for Foundation supporter Steve Wicks. Steve has supported the Foundation for many years during his