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Plymouth Albion Community Project

At The Heart of Our Community

The Community Project has really taken off over the last year or so, and we are proud to have created so many opportunities for youngsters and members of the community in Plymouth to get involved in sport and rugby.

Our interaction with so many people in the city has grown exponentially, and we always try to do our bit to work with families and organisations to help give Plymouth’s youngsters a healthy environment to grow up in.

We’re getting involved in schools and clubs in the area, helping children stay active and encouraging physical activity as well as social interaction.

This has included giving schools dedicated training days at our facilities here at the Brickfields, hosting half-term camps for kids to stay active during the holidays, and our Colts team which is getting better and bigger each week.

We’re also seeing fantastic numbers on our Super Saturday programme, which enables clubs and schools to spend the day behind the scenes during home matches. Kids can come and meet the players and get a taste for what rugby is like in the third tier of the game.

Now is a really exciting time to get involved with our Community Project, and we’re always happy to help our surrounding area in any way we can. If you’d like to find out how our work can benefit your club, school or organisation, please don’t hesitate to email Dan on Community@plymouthalbion.com!

Sunday Sessions

Our Sunday sessions take place at 10:30 at the Brickfields, when we run fun training sessions and games!

Children as young as six can come along to these sessions and become part of the Albion family from a young age, and learn a range of skills to take into the next stage of their lives.

A friendly, relaxed setting, the Brickfields offers the perfect spot for your child to learn about the sport, develop skills both on and off the pitch, and make lots of friends along the way.

Kids of any ability are welcome to come along and be part of it. We focus much less on the quality of rugby, and a lot more on the quality time the children get to spend having fun partaking in activities with their friends.

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