Turn the city Blue, Black and White

18 February 2015

The city of Bath will be seeing Blue, Black and White from 10.30 this Saturday, as Bath Rugby take over ahead of our crunch match against Northampton Saints. 

The festivities begin at Bath Spa train station, where you can nail your colours to the Bath Rugby mast as you pick up a free flag and a special trail map.

The trail on the map will guide you to Bath Rugby’s Junior Membership Club leader Maximus and friends at the Tourist Information Centre, where you can enjoy performances from Brazilian band, Jamma de Samba, demonstrations from a four-time world record holding professional rugby trickster, and try your hand at the Bath Rugby inflatable passing target.

Make sure you get your map stamped before venturing to the next location outside Russell & Bromley, at the bottom of Milsom Street.

At Russell & Bromley you can meet some of the Bath players, hear more great music from Jamma de Samba and have your face painted by the Bath Rugby Foundation. Be sure to pick up a final stamp on your map and hand it to a member of staff in order to be entered into a prize draw that includes a Bath Rugby shop vouchers, match tickets and a Bath Rugby ball signed by the entire squad.

Our activities are free of charge and open for all to join in the fun, even if you don’t have a ticket for the game. We’ll see you there!

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