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HRFC 10 Year Development Plan (5 pages)

Incorporated within Plan of whole site The ideas outlined here are based upon initial thoughts by the Committee, Senior Members and Mini and Junior Fund Raising Committee it fits in with the requirement of the RFU, under the Whole Club Seal of Approval

Membership (2 pages)

SOCIAL MEMBERS The introduction of "Social Membership' has come about because of natural progression within the development of the Club. There are more and more spectators coming to enjoy watching a game of Rugby on a Saturday for the seniors or Sunda

Club House (1 page)

HRFC Bar The HRFC Bar is a large flexible area ideal for exhibitions, functions, formal and informal celebrations, disco's and live bands; able to facilitate up to 100 people The HRFC Bar is open to the public on match days from three hours before k

Facilities (1 page)

Waterloo Fields Waterloo Fields the home of Harbury RFC consists of three senior playing pitches, a number of mini and junior pitches and a floodlit training facility. As well as the flood lights being available for other functions such as football

Club Hire (1 page)

Harbury RFC Clubhouse and Waterloo Fields is available to hire for all occasions, whether you wish to celebrate a event, hold formal functions or practice sessions you may wish to hold, we can facilitate. The club benefits from the following in-house

Sponsor the Club (1 page)

Banner Package Our Banner package offers much more than an advertising presence at the side of our 1st XV pitch. 3 Years for £700. 1st year £300 (including banner), 2nd and subsequent years £200 per year Your Banner Package includes: • Banne

History (1 page)

A HISTORY OF HARBURY RUGBY FOOTBALL CLUB . Harbury Rugby Club was founded in March 1962 by Glen Hales and was first known as Whitnash. They played at the Whitnash Sports and Social Club. However, after a difference of opinion with the Main Committee th

Code of Conduct (6 pages)

Harbury RFC - Codes of Conduct The RFU Codes of Conduct ensure that all adults within a rugby club clearly understand the acceptable standard of behaviour towards children and young people. All club members must adhere to the relevant RFU Codes of C

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