When Bath Rugby take on age-old rivals Leicester Tigers in the final Aviva Premiership game of their 150th season at the Recreation Ground on Saturday 7th May, they will run out in a limited edition charity shirt to raise money for Bath Rugby Foundation and Help for Heroes.
Good Energy gave participants on Bath Rugby Foundation’s Award winning HITZ programme a chance to delve in to the world of renewable energy with a visit to their offices, and to a local solar farm.
The HITZ programme works with young people not in education, employment or training to help
Former Bath and England prop Duncan Bell is working with Bath Rugby Foundation, Premiership Rugby and the Movember Foundation to launch a brand new scheme which will see Bath men get fitter – physically and mentally.
From April, ‘Move Like A Pro’ will offer rugby fans the opportunity to take
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
The award-winning Vitality Bath Half Marathon took place on Sunday 13th March. 30,000 people descended on Bath to watch 15,000 runners, elite and amateur, pushing themselves to the limit. Runners were treated to a few surprises on the route from Bath Rugby players, with Stuart Hooper at the start line
Sid Keyte, is running 13.1 miles in aid of Bath Rugby Foundation dressed as a rugby ball.
The award-winning Vitality Bath Half Marathon takes place on Sunday 13th March. Alongside watching runners, elite and amateur, pushing themselves to the limit, crowds will spot something a little more unusual, as Sid
Russell Howard is returning to Bath for his third charity gig in aid of Bath Rugby Foundation. Russell Howard is one of the UK’s best loved comedians. He is the writer and star of BBC Two’s hit topical comedy show, ‘Russell Howard’s Good News’, and in 2017 he will embark
Nearly 600 men walked eight miles in aid of Bath Rugby Foundation and Dorothy House.
575 men took to the streets of Bath in the fourth annual Bath Men’s Walk to show their support for two local charities.
The eight-mile event, which starts at Winsley and finishes at the Rec in
Bath Rugby Foundation coach Caryl Thomas has been called up by Premiership Rugby to head to the States to bring rugby across the pond.
As part of Premiership Rugby’s London Irish v Saracens game at the Red Bull Arena on March 12th, the British Council in partnership with Premiership Rugby,
The Bath Rugby Foundation HITZ programme aims to ready young people not in education, employment or training for the world of work. One of the Bath HITZ participants has scored himself a dream placement – at one of the UK’s most successful breweries.
HITZ looks to secure work experience to