Mon 22 Jun 2020 11:01

As our U8’s rugby team aren’t allowed to play rugby at the moment we thought we would find another way they could work together as a team.  Since the beginning of lockdown they have been running, cycling and walking and adding their miles together.  At first it was so they could travel the distance from their training ground in North Dorset to Twickenham. But they smashed the 202miles it takes to get there and back in just over a week.  So we decided to go bigger! They are now travelling the distance it takes to visit the national stadiums in Wales, Ireland and Scotland.  A total of 1,269 miles!  So far they have travelled to Twickenham and back, then to Wales, Wales over to Ireland and they are now on their way from Ireland to Scotland.  They have travelled an amazing 656 miles so far and have raised over £200  pounds for the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance.

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    Government guidelines recently have been relaxed slightly, however, RFU guidance is the same as before. If you are using the Max Biles ground for any activities please stick to RFU … view