Wednesday saw Gloucester Rugby drawn with Stade Rochelais, Benetton Treviso and Aviron Bayonnais in Pool 1 of the European Rugby Challenge Cup. Director of Rugby David Humphreys responded positively to the news.
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The Gloucester Rugby Community Foundation (CIC) aim to succeed in making a difference to the lives of young people by inspiring and motivating them to enjoy a physically active and healthy lifestyle and transforming attitudes to learning through educational initiatives.
The Community team visit more than 100 schools across Gloucestershire each season offering sessions to more than 10,000 young people, plus a further 2000 young people will take part in educational sessions held at Kingsholm Stadium.
Community programs aim to deliver huge benefits to the local community by using the unique ability of rugby to address a broad range of issues.
This is achieved by utilising the rugby club, its brand, professional players and the stadium as tools in the delivery of many projects that give young people involved the opportunity to fulfill their potential and to play a positive and active role in society.
Many projects are developed in collaboration with a wide range of public services organisations, health and education providers, and local businesses. Young people themselves and the local community have innovative ideas and as such also play a part in helping to shape projects that meet specific needs.