What we currently do

We are currently able to offer the following programmes either free of charge or at reduced rates to those who require assistance. As we raise more funds we hope to be able to offer more programmes at no charge or at reduced rates. Please see the Programmes for Schools link below and the Sponsorship page for more details of all the potential programmes.

Programmes for schools

The Fylde Rugby Community Foundation, through our association with Community Group are able to offer the following programmes to schools at the prices indicated on the school offers download. We are continually seeking funding to allow us to support schools in meeting these costs. For further information please view the download below.

Walking Rugby & Reminiscence Programme

Walking Rugby sessions for over 50’s at Fylde Rugby Club will start once COVID-19 guidelines allow. A chance for over 50’s to come together to participate in walking rugby activities coaches by our community rugby coaches and also sit down after for refreshments to engage in memories of the past. A great initiative that is funded by the National Lottery.

Breakfast Clubs for vulnerable children

A fantastic project that will see Fylde Rugby Community Foundation provide breakfasts together with coaching, mentoring and support for vulnerable children. FRCF will be working with local charities and schools in organising this great initiative to support these children over the summer holidays and into the new academic year.

Community Holiday Camps

Community Holiday Camps

The Fylde Rugby Community Foundation holds regular rugby/sports camps during school holidays which feature loads of fun, safe and enjoyable games and activities. All our sports camps are conducted in a safe and friendly environment and run by our professionally qualified and compassionate coaches.

The camps are inclusive for all and are open for both boys and girls aged from 5-16 from all local area schools and clubs. Designed to improve self-confidence, eye to hand coordination and social skills in a sporting environment where participants can enjoy themselves with little or no previous rugby playing experience required.