Family Rugby League with Cas Tigers!
Posted: Monday 16th April 2018 - 10:28 AM
It's back! Castleford Tigers are pleased to bring back their successful programme designed to get families active.
Thanks to the support of Wakefield Council the sessions are free to participating families.
The first session will be on Wednesday 18 April and the programme runs for 12 weeks, every Wednesday from 6:00pm to 7:00pm and will be held at Castleford RUFC, Willowbridge Lane, Whitwood, WF10 5PD.
Take a look at the video here we shows all the fun we had last year when we ran this programme.
Family Rugby League with Castleford Tigers promotes all the benefits of regular exercise for family life, health and well-being. There will be activities incorporating various carousels taken by Castleford Tigers’ players and community coaches so that your family members can have fun and practise their rugby skills. These will be evenings when families can have a break from their mobile phones, games consoles and tablets etc and have fun together.
To take part in Family Rugby League with Castleford Tigers book your place by simply printing off the booking form here and hand it in at the Tigers Den club shop in Carlton Lanes or the Xscape Sports Superstore. Alternatively pick up a form in store and fill it in while you are there. Once complete either hand it in at one of our club shops or email it back to Tim Rumford on email@example.com .
Just to confirm there is no charge for the whole programme of 12 evenings. Every participating family will also receive a rugby ball, not only as a reward for participating but to use afterwards and play together.
*A family will be classed as 2 adults and 2 children or an adult and 3 children as a maximum.
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