Tuesday, February 15, 2011
Does your rugby club need a make-over? RBS Rugby Force is a community volunteer programme which helps local rugby clubs to improve their facilities. Register today and your club could be chosen to receive an enhanced support package that will do wonders for your clubs continued success.
Rugby clubs across England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales can register to be part of the fun-filled RBS Rugby Force programme by signing up and submitting the reason why they think their club needs its facilities improved. Registered clubs are provided with on-line guidance and tools to help organise a community wide make-over weekend.
On 11 and 12 June 2011, as part of the RBS Rugby Force Weekend, your club could be receiving the support of the local community as you come together for a fun-filled few days of DIY, adding to the longevity of your club. The RBS Rugby Force Weekend enables clubs and the community to work together to make their club a better place for all.
Last year over 400 clubs entered, and this year RBS is looking to reach even more clubs across the UK. One lucky club in each country will also receive a support pack worth 5,000, as well as a visit from a leading rugby player. Previous players to have visited winning clubs include Shane Williams and Chris Paterson.
For your club to be in with a chance of receiving the enhanced support package, you need to outline the role your club plays in the local community and how your local community will benefit from the club's RBS Rugby Force renovations. Registration is open until Friday March 25, 2011, so with less than 6 weeks to go, register your club today.
Find out more information and register your club at www.rbs.co.uk/rugbyforce .