News from Bath Rugby

Nathan Catt and Ben Skirving were invited to the opening of the new vocational learning centre at The Link Special School and Specialist Behaviour Service which has been funded by Bath & North East Somerset Council. Read more 

Many thanks must go to the Disney Store for allowing the Bath Rugby Foundation to ‘Share the Magic’ of Disney.  At Christmas-time Disney donates 12,000 soft toys to local children’s charities in eight countries around Europe. Read more 

Bath Rugby were unable to get back to winning ways after they lost out to a defiant Sale Sharks. Read more 

Bath Rugby can confirm they have reached an agreement with Leeds Carnegie for the loan of Academy prop, Kane Palma-Newport. Read more 

QBE, the Official Business Insurance Partner of Premiership Rugby, are offering twelve grassroots rugby clubs the chance to win a specialist training session with Premiership Rugby players and coaches, plus £1,000 worth of kit. Read more 

Get into the festive season, sign up to the Bath Rugby shop e-zine and get a fantastic Christmas offer every day for the first 12 days of December. Read more 

Three Bath Rugby players recently changed training gear for suits at Farleigh House, to mark McArthurGlen's Swindon Designer Outlet partnership with leading menswear designer Jeff Banks, which is announced as the Official Bath Rugby Formal Wear Supplier for 2011/12. Read more 

Jimmy Deane, Foundation Manager at Bath Rugby made a flying visit to Glastonbury 107.1 FM radio station last week to ‘go live’ and talk about the work that Bath Rugby Club do in and around the wider community. Glastonbury FM is a community radio station and The Foundation are looking to promote more of their work through them as well as with Somer Radio 97.5 FM, serving Norton Radstock and surrounding district of North East Somerset and Frome FM who are also lined up for further newscasts. Read more 

The Playground to Podium event went really well last Friday.  Caryl Thomas, Bath Rugby's Foundation Inclusion Manager, who was involved with the event which took place  at  Bath University, enjoyed teaching over 60 young people to throw, pass and play a popular game called 'Stuck in the Mud!'    All the young people present had either hearing, visual or physical disabilties and they had a great time taking part in a variety of activities including  fencing, tennis, judo, and athletics. Read more 

Off the pitch Jack Cuthbert mixes up his time renovating his flat in Bath and doing an Open University Degree. Read more 

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