As a club, we couldn't be prouder of those in our community who as health workers, members of the emergency services or vital key workers, are carrying out the important work to keep the country going during these challenging times.

It is also interesting to hear from our local Blood Transfusion Service that a number of regular venues have been unable to accommodate the BTS. We have given a commitment that we will open for any additional emergency requirements that they have.  The provision of blood remains vitally important for all high-risk patients who are in hospital and can't return home at this time.

We would also like to remind the elder members of our club that we able to assist if they are in need of help during the pandemic. Contact us through email here.

news articles

  • Golfing discount for members of RWBRFC

    Thu 13 Aug 2020 20:44

    Great news for members of RWBRFC - Swindon Indoor Golf Centre is offering any member, including juniors, 10% off an indoor golf booking. Hire their state of the art Foresight GC2 … view

  • A further update from the Chairman

    Wed 29 Jul 2020 13:46

    Hello everyone - I hope you are all keeping well in these strange times. It has been a while since my last note; however, I had held back from sending out an updated message in the … view

  • This is not the end for rugby

    Wed 29 Jul 2020 13:45

    Does coronavirus mean the end for rugby? NO! We have Locks in Lockdown. Scrum Halves who are shielding. Properly protected Props. But we'll be back. And we're busy recruiting … view

  • An update from the Chairman

    Wed 29 Jul 2020 13:44

    With the morning sun just beginning to rise over a clear blue sky, I started to reflect that today would probably have been the club's busiest day of the year for our annual Sausage & … view

  • Theft of boundary trees

    Sat 30 May 2020 17:58

    Some sad news from our Grounds Team today. Sometime between Thursday afternoon and today, individuals have stolen up to 60 of the young trees that were donated and planted along the … view