Notts Sport is proud to be hosting two workshops to help develop rugby facilities, maximise facility safety and performance and offer advice on where to source funding.
With guest speakers from the professional world of rugby and leading independent test house Labosport, the forum will be covering subjects of funding, including RFU “Rugby Share” grant funding and the unique Fast Track Funding service for artificial turf pitches.
International rugby player, George Chuter, will be hosting and giving a coach’s view on how artificial grass facilities can benefit clubs, schools and offering rugby provision.
In conjunction with Labosport, Dr. Colin Young (Managing Director) will be providing details of the standards required as well as a look at the latest technologies for rugby systems. In association, Notts Sport will showcase the revolutionary base shockpad, ShockWave which offers unparalleled performance and safety and in doing so supports long term, sustainable performance for artificial rugby pitches.
Duncan Bennett, Managing Director at Notts Sport said, “Our free Rugby Forums are a fantastic opportunity for schools and rugby clubs to discover all they need to know of how we can help them achieve the safest system for the sport.
“If you are looking to develop artificial grass rugby practice, training or match pitches at schools our forum is the idea place to discuss facility development, pitch design and funding opportunities for artificial grass rugby pitches.”
Held on the 28 February (at the Holiday Inn Wakefield/Leeds, Wakefield) and 7 March (at Dorney Lake, Eton College Rowing Centre, Windsor), the free workshops will begin at 09.30 and be finished at 14.30 with a light lunch.
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