Alex Brown, Andy Gomarsall and Chris Fortey kicked off the first day of the Club's Easter fun camps this week.
The Kingsholm stars teamed up with young rugby players and supporters from the area to offer top tips on their specialist areas of play.
The rugby camp at Cheltenham on Tuesday was the first of a series of Easter holiday events hosted by the rugby club, followed by Cirencester RFC on Wednesday.
Chris Fortey tackling the youngsters.
The next Easter rugby camps are at Oxstalls School (Tues/Wed 5-6 Apr - Girls ONLY) and Tewkesbury School (Thurs/Fri 7-8 Apr).
Alex Brown after a forwards session.
In addition to the Easter holiday camps, Gloucester's young supporters also have the chance to learn all the latest rugby skills from the Premiership club's players at the annual Junior Gloucester Crew open day (10am-1pm, Thurs 31 March).
Members of the Junior Gloucester Crew, the membership scheme for all young Gloucester Rugby Club supporters, are invited to Kingsholm to meet their heroes and take part in a number of interactive sessions run by the star players.
The day kicks off at 10am at Gloucester's home ground and will finish at 1pm. Players will coach several key elements of the game including passing, kicking, agility runs, tackling, line-outs and scrums, and lots more!
There will also be a chance to ask players questions and go on a tour of the famous ground. All Junior Gloucester Crew members can turn up on the day with playing kit and boots (or trainers), packed lunch and refreshments, and don't forget autograph books and cameras.
The details of the remaining Easter holiday camps are:
Date: 5-6 April
Venue: Oxstall's School GIRLS ONLY CAMP
Age groups: 7-14
Price: £25 (£23 for members of Junior Gloucester Crew)
Date: 7-8 April
Venue: Tewkesbury School and Sports Centre
Price: £20 (no discount)
Age groups: 7-14
After the huge success of the on-line booking facility for the February half term camps, the official website is providing the same service again.
Gloucester-Hartpury Women take on West Park Leeds Ladies in the final of the Intermediate Cup Final on Saturday. Head Coach Susie Appleby took time out to preview the game and chat about the future for the team.
Number eight Ben Morgan admitted that the 32-14 Aviva Premiership win over Bristol on Friday evening hadn't been pretty at times, but that the win was based on everyone in the squad remaining united and working for each other.
Previewing Friday evening's local derby at Bristol, Interim Head Coach Jonny Bell told the local media that Gloucester's preparations have gone well and that the whole squad is united in trying to finish the season on a high.
Speaking to GRTV this week, Acting Head Coach Jonny Bell spoke of his pleasure in the efforts and intensity in training from the squad after a tricky few weeks. The team were preparing for big games with Bristol and Cardiff in coming weeks.
Willi Heinz was understandably and visibly disappointed when he spoke to GRTV after the 27-30 home defeat to Harlequins, apologising to the home support as the game slipped away after seemingly having the game under control.
Speaking to the local media this week, Scottish centre Matt Scott spoke of the squad's determination to put in a big home performance against Harlequins, with vital points up for grabs in the hunt for a Top Six spot this Saturday (KO 3pm)
In the aftermath of the Aviva Premiership victory over Bristol, Interim Head Coach Jonny Bell was able to look forward to this weekend's European Rugby Challenge Cup quarter-final against Cardiff Blues (Kingsholm, kick off 8:05pm).