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Fylde Rugby Community Foundation further strengthens its team

Since receiving charitable status in March 2020 and despite all the challenges presented by the pandemic, Fylde Rugby Community Foundation has gone from strength to strength and we are now operating all the following programmes: What We Do We have been very fortunate in recruiting a brilliant team of coaches in Amelia, Ben and Alex who

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Key Later Life Finance Rugby Reading Champions Festival

With the support of Key Later Life Finance, the Fylde Rugby Community Foundation delivered a high energy Rugby Reading Champions festival for Blackpool primary schools who took part in the Foundation’s Rugby Reading Champions programme delivered in schools over the last academic year. Over the past year, with the support of The Vera Wolstencroft

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Pitch up & play rugby festival for girls aged 11-15

Girls & women’s rugby is a fast-expanding part of our great game. With interest being generated in schools and clubs, it’s imperative that there are opportunities to play more and join our fantastic sporting community! On Saturday 25th June, the Fylde Rugby Community Foundation is running a ‘Queens Jubilee Girls Rugby Pitch Up and Play’

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Wooden Spoon KS3 MLD/SLD Tag Rugby Festival

The Fylde Rugby Community Foundation delivered their first Wooden Spoon MLD/SLD KS3 Tag Rugby Festival on the 19th of May 2022 with Fylde Rugby Club as the venue. The competition was a great success with 9 schools and around 100 children all taking part in tag rugby games throughout the day. With the

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Dave Perkins Charity Bike Ride

Dave Perkins has been raising funds to help get British Military Veterans, who are sleeping rough on our streets, or in some cases off grid in the countryside, into shelter and provide support to those who are facing tough mental challenges and are contemplating suicide. The Charity that Dave is supporting is called

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Tilney Smith and Williamson Walking Rugby

‘Rugby For All’ Walking Rugby is returning outdoors at Fylde Rugby Club! This is a fantastic opportunity for anyone aged 50 and over to get involved in this great version of the game of rugby. It is open to both men and women and no prior experience of the game is needed. On

Tilney Smith and Williamson Walking Rugby

Walking Rugby is a fantastic opportunity for anyone aged 55 and over to get involved in this great version of the game of rugby. It is open to both men and women and no prior experience of the game is needed. It is non contact so there is no tackling, scrums or lineouts!

Present Appeal in the Local Community

Fylde Rugby Community Foundations present appeal for children this Christmas has had a substantial impact. Working in partnership with Fylde Council, AFC Fylde, local schools, children, and families in the Fylde area the Foundation distributed toys, games, and laptops for primary and secondary school children to open on Christmas day. The Fylde Rugby

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Next Generation Travel sponsor the Foundation’s schools programmes

Fylde Rugby Community Foundation is delighted to announce that Next Generation Travel, the UK’s leading educational travel specialist, has agreed a three year deal to sponsor all the Foundation’s schools programmes in Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre* These programmes include both curriculum sessions and after school clubs for primary and secondary schools and are

The Beaverbrooks Charitable Trust becomes a Tier 1 Key Partner of the Foundation

Fylde Rugby Community Foundation is delighted to announce that the Beaverbrooks Charitable Trust have agreed to come on board as a Tier 1 Key Partner of the Foundation. This significant level of sponsorship helps give the Foundation sustainability and the basis on which to be able to plan ahead to deliver our programmes