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Community Foundation Corporate Charity Tag Rugby Tournament

Bristol Bears Community Foundation is inviting businesses to enter its annual Corporate Tag Rugby Tournament at the Bristol Bears High Performance Centre on Wednesday, May 25th, 4pm.

Followed by food, drinks and networking, all funds raised will go towards supporting the various life-changing Community Foundation programmes. 

The event is strictly limited to a maximum of 16 teams (mixed teams of 10, seven-a-side, max five male players on the pitch per team). The tournament will be delivered by the Community Foundation coaching team with the chance to hear from existing and previous participants about their involvement in our life changing programmes. Bristol Bears staff will also be supporting the event.

A training session can be provided in the run up to the event for anyone who has not played tag rugby before, but we promise it is easy and inclusive. 

This is a fantastic opportunity to combine team building and networking with fundraising for Bristol Bears Community Foundation. 

Entry is £750 for a team of 10, which includes food, drink and the chance to win hospitality for 10 at a Bristol Bears fixture during the 22/23 season.

To register an interest or confirm your attendance please contact Craig Capel (ccapel@bristolbearsrugby.com) by Wednesday, May 6th.


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