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Bath Rugby’s Community team will be holding a minis rugby camp at the Rec this October half term. Read more 

Ten youngsters from Corsham Primary School, along with over 300 other children and Aviva, descended on the hallowed turf at Twickenham Stadium to set a new Guinness World Record title last Saturday for the "longest human representation of a mathematical equation". Read more 

More than 100 boys and girls from Swindon were recently trained by some local rugby stars thanks to the partnership between MAN Truck & Bus UK and Bath Rugby. Read more 

Bath Rugby needs your help to identify a local volunteer who embodies the Spirit of Rugby!The Spirit of Rugby award is presented at our Annual Awards Evening to someone involved with local grassroots rugby who has shown the true essence of what it is to be involved in the game we all love, and we need you to help us find them!Whether it's a school teacher who works tirelessly to organise and support the school matches, or a volunteer at a local club who gives up their valuable free time to make sure the club stays operational, we want to hear about them. Read more 

Is your child a budding George Ford or the next Francois Louw? Book their place on the Bath Rugby Community Camps for this Easter holiday now. Read more 

Due to high demand, Bath Rugby's Kicking Clinic hosted by the Community team on Wednesday 22nd April has now sold out. George Ford, Tom Homer, Jonathan Joseph and Anthony Watson will be at the Recreation Ground to help children aged 12 to 18 hone the fine art of kicking. Read more 

Former England international Kim Oliver (Bath Rugby Community) and Wales prop Caryl Thomas (Bath Rugby Foundation) admitted they snapped at the chance to participate in the Club's International Women's Day celebration at the Rec on Sunday. Read more 

The Bath Rugby Community team are running a two-day skills camp for all abilities at Castle Cary RFC on the 18th and 19th of February, with a focus on fundamental skills of running, catching, passing, decision-making, teamwork and contact skills. Read more 

It's not only kids who struggle with maths homework: according to research from Aviva, 60% of parents admit to struggling to help their children with maths homework. Read more 

Bath Rugby players Leroy Houston and Ross Batty visited Redland Primary School in Chippenham on Wednesday morning to help Bath Rugby Foundation deliver "Something to Chew On", a Premiership Rugby programme which uses rugby as the hook to enthuse children to eat more healthily and be more active. Read more