CHILDREN have been invited to try rugby this April as lockdown restrictions on outdoor sports relaxes.

Slough Rugby Club is inviting boys and girls between the ages of seven and 13 to give the sport a try.

Sessions will be held every Sunday throughout the month for free to give kids a taster of Rugby.

Rugby returns after lockdown and Slough Rugby Club is inviting boys and girls age 7-13 to ‘Give Rugby a Try’ for FREE every Sunday throughout April.

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The free one hour sessions will be held by the club's own RFU qualified and DBS checked coaches at the club’s grounds at Slough RFC, Upton Court Park, Slough.

Children will be able to get involved in rugby related games, skills and drills.

Slough Rugby Club provides coaching in Tag rugby for children in school years 2 and 3 and contact rugby for older children while promoting the sport's core values of teamwork, respect, enjoyment, discipline and sportsmanship.

No experience is necessary to take part in the taster sessions and all are welcome.

Contact Mary on or phone 07772 353920 for more information and to book your child’s place.