Apparently you can’t please all of the people all of the time, but Bath Rugby Foundation have done a very good job of dispelling this ‘saying’ over the past few days. The knee jerk feedback after the third day of cycling was complete was phenomenal. The Foundation had organised one
I have to start by saying, ‘what a fantastic day.’
During the Giro di Toscana Bath Rugby Foundation offers two rides on each day, one of between 50-60 miles and one in the region of 80-90 miles. Surprisingly there are still lots of people opting for the longer rides with
Everyone made their respective flights bar one and arrived in Italy full of hope, anticipation and an element of fear. The fear aspect was handled differently by the various personalities. Some, took a sensible route, evening meal, a quiet drink and off to bed for a good night of rest
Two young students have joined the support crew for Bath Rugby Foundation’s Italian cycling adventure.
Jade Whale and Kieran Cunningham have been asked to take part in next month’s Giro di Toscana after shining on the Foundation’s Hitz programme over the past 12 months.
Bath Rugby Foundation’s Employment Officer, Joe
Bath-based firm the Flying Pig Renovation Company has once again thrown its full support behind Bath Rugby Foundation
The Foundation’s annual fundraising cycle ride begins in four weeks, when 100 cyclists will take to the Italian countryside.
For the second year in a row the event has been sponsored by
Bath Rugby Foundation has been holding a shirt raffle at every home match this season, offering supporters the chance to win a signed Bath Rugby jersey for just £1.
And this week’s raffle is one that every supporter will want to win: A shirt signed by Matt Banahan.
It’s that time of year again – the season is drawing to a close and thoughts are already turning to next season.
So we have one question for all the dedicated Bath Rugby fans cheering on their favourite club against London Irish this weekend: How would you like a pair
Stadium for Bath has appointed a leading engineering firm to play a central role in the design of a new community-focused stadium for the city.
Global engineering and design consultancy Arup has been appointed by Stadium for Bath, which brings together Bath Rugby, Bath Rugby Foundation and Arena 1865. Arup
Following an extensive 12-month pre-design consultation – Stadium for Bath has published its draft Development Brief for public consultation, signalling the official start of the concept design phase during which Grimshaw, who were appointed as lead architect in January, will develop design proposals for further consultation over coming months. It is intended that a planning application
The Clash may have been and gone but there is still a chance for Bath Rugby fans to get hold of one of the special shirts the players wore at Twickenham.
The shirts have been made by Canterbury of New Zealand in partnership with Bath Rugby Foundation and feature images