College not for you? No problem. If you’re aged 16-19 and not in education, employment or training, HITZ might be the answer. HITZ is the UK’s largest rugby union social inclusion programme. Almost 1.1m young people in the UK are not in education, employment or training. Just over half (53.6%)
Bath Rugby Foundation is creating happier, healthier families across BaNES with its award winning health programmes. Two participants, Richard and Aaron Sumner, who are father and son, have caught the rugby bug. Dad Richard is on our Move like a Pro programme, and Aaron takes part in Urban Rugby Squad.
Feeling the urge to get fit for 2017? Whether you are a seasoned half marathon runner or want to start pounding the pavement, there’s no better place to start than at the Bath Half. And Bath Rugby Foundation wants you to join our team in 2017.
Running as part of our
For many parents, as their children get older and more able to make their own food choices, ensuring they have a healthy diet can be a challenge. Something to Chew On is a healthy eating programme which targets picky eaters, over eaters and children with unhealthy eating habits. It is
by David Trick, Bath Rugby Club President.
Five days and 710km later – the Giant Cause Bike Ride might be over, but the memories will live with each participant for ever. An extremely tough week of cycling was finished off with a tough night of celebration and a 4.30am alarm
Volunteer’s week is a national scheme set up to celebrate and learn about the fantastic work volunteers do this and every week. Bath Rugby Foundation is an independent charity that relies on the support of volunteers. Without our volunteer coaches, admin staff or bucket shakers (to name a few), we
Duncan Bell takes on David Flatman in touch rugby match at the Rec. Their teams will be made up of participants on Bath Rugby Foundation’s men’s health programme, ‘Move like a Pro’.
Former Bath and England legends, and firm friends, David Flatman and Duncan Bell are going head to head
Monday 21st March is World Down Syndrome Day, a global awareness day which has been officially observed by the United Nations since 2012. People across the world run their own activities and events to help raise awareness of what Down syndrome is, what it means to have Down syndrome, and