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St Peter's Hospice Rugby March returns in March 2022

The Rugby March is back for 2022 and registrations are now open! 

Do you fancy a challenge next year? Whether you are an avid walker, or a beginner, we would love for you to get involved. St Peter’s Hospice have teamed up with Bristol Bears to bring you a rugby game that makes a difference for local patients and their families.

Come and join us on Sunday, March 13th 2022 and complete a six-mile sponsored walk, through Bristol's scenic surroundings. Climb up Nightingale Valley, cross the iconic Suspension Bridge and walk through the stunning grounds of Ashton Court Estate. Reach the finish line at Ashton Gate Stadium to watch Bristol Bears vs Harlequins and soak up the atmosphere with the rest of the fans.

This is a great opportunity to gather your friends, family and colleagues for a perfect Sunday that combines a walk to get your blood pumping and an exciting live match, all while raising funds for St Peter's Hospice to support patient care across Bristol.

There will be staggered starts to keep everyone spread out, so select whether you'd like to start walking at 11.30am or 12pm. The walk is six miles and then the match kicks off at 3pm.

Entry is £30 which includes your match ticket and covers the cost of running the event, so all the money that you raise or donate in addition will go toward making a difference for local families. Your support provides a nurse on the doorstep, advice over the phone day or night, and the best possible care so every moment together is the best that it can be.

Thank you to the Bristol Bears for partnering with us for this amazing fundraising opportunity.

To find out more and to book your place, visit rugbymarch.co.uk


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