There are now just 20 places remaining on the Falcons Community Foundation’s Rugby Residential Camp at Barnard Castle School this August.
Now into its seventh year, the residential camp provides a week of intensive rugby training and offers aspiring rugby stars the opportunity to hone their skills in a stunning rugby environment which has produced some of England’s finest players.
Running from Monday 3rd until Friday 7th August, this year’s camp includes three meals each day plus supper, as well as coaching from the Falcons Community Foundation team.
Participants at the camp will receive over five hours of coaching each day, including visits from Newcastle Falcons and Yorkshire Carnegie Academy coaching staff.
Players and other members of the clubs’ back room teams will also visit, offering attendees the chance to pick up hints and tips on the reality of professional sporting life and how to make it to the top in the rugby world.
With a jam-packed schedule each day, evenings see the boys provided with other fun activities such as dodgeball, five-a-side, swimming, cricket and rounders.
The camp ends with a games day during which all participants can display their newly honed skills in front of parents and coaches.
All camp participants will also receive a ticket to a Newcastle Falcons game during the 2015/16 season and a piece of Gilbert kit.
Last year’s camp was a complete sell out, and with just under two months to go and only 20 places remaining until the 2015 camp, anyone wishing to attend is encouraged to book soon.
The camp costs £305 per person; for more information or to book your place please click here or call the club’s Camps Hotline on 0191 214 2866.