Busy summer of Warriors sports camps

Warriors will be running nine summer sports camps across the region during the forthcoming school holiday.

The camps will start at Alcester RFC on July 27 and 28 and finish at Wrekin College in Shropshire on August 31 and September 1, also taking in Bridgnorth RFC (July 29-30), Sixways (August 3-4), Ellesmere College (August 5), Ledbury RFC August 10-11), Malvern College (August 16-20) and Chipping Norton RFC I (August 26-27) in a busy summer schedule in Worcestershire, Herefordshire, Shropshire, Warwickshire and Oxfordshire.

The camp at Malvern College is a residential one for boys in school years five to ten, and one house is already fully booked. All of the other camps are for boys and girls in school years two to six and boys in school years seven to nine. There will be an All Girls Camp, for girls in school years seven to nine, at Sixways on August 3 and 4.

All of the non-residential camps will run from 9.30am to 3pm daily.

“We are working within the RFU Return to Rugby Summer Activity Guide to recognise the challenges of providing a COVID-safe environment for all participants whilst still providing the opportunity for as many children to engage with us as possible,” said Warriors Community Camps Coordinator, James Taylor.

“We will continue to focus on the fundamental skills through all of our activities and, through the use of different games and sports, a wide variety of transferrable skills will be covered allowing all participants to benefit during this off-season.

“We are eagerly awaiting July 27, when we kick off the summer at Alcester RFC, and are looking forward to seeing lots of young children playing sport outdoors again.”

The camps will be run in accordance with the latest Government COVID-19 guidelines and protocols will be in place at all of the camps to mitigate the risks posed by the pandemic.

The majority of the camps will be outdoors and there will be age group bubbles in operation along with a limit on the numbers within each bubble. Despite this, the coaches will be working hard to ensure the camps are still a fun, enjoyable experience for all participants.

To find out more information about the camps click here or to book places click here