There are now even more ways you can support Pewsey Vale RFC, and all from the safety and comfort of your own home. What could be easier!
Take advantage of a new offer created between the RFU and Amazon that lets you and your family and friends watch England Rugby for free in the Autumn Nations Cup, while also creating revenue for the club. The Quilter Internationals will be streamed online via Amazon Prime. This means Pewsey Vale RFC will now receive £3 for every member who signs up to Amazon Prime on a free one-month trial through our club’s unique Associates:
Buy your home heating oil at BoilerJuice and raise money for the Club. It really is that simple and there’s no catch!
BoilerJuice makes a donation to the Club for every home heating oil order fulfilled when you select Pewsey Vale RFC as your community group. BoilerJuice will donate 25p for every 100 litres of central heating oil that you order – so for a typical order of 1000 litres of home heating oil, that’s a donation of £2.50.
Pewsey Vale RFC has been chosen for the next round of the Co-op Local Community Fund. Between 25 October 2020 and 23 October 2021 Co-op Members will be able to select Pewsey Vale RFC as their cause. To sign up login in to your membership account and select the club, reference id 43282.
Due to the new restrictions placed on all RFU clubs in England, Pewsey Vale RFC is now at Stage A of the RFU process. This means that all training, both on Sundays for the Juniors, and Tuesdays for the Seniors has to cease with immediate effect. We hope to be back just as soon as the lockdown ends. We anticipate re-starting junior training on Sunday 6th December, and Senior training on Tuesday 8th December. This will of course be subject to any new rules set out by the government.
In order to attend any training sessions either senior or junior any participant must complete a self- assessment form and bring it with them to the sessions. In the case of club members under the age of 18 a parents signature is essential. This is essential for the club to conform to RFU and government guidelines. Failure to complete the form will mean the individual will not be able to attend the training session. You can download the form here:
The RFU have recently confirmed that the action plan to commence a safe and phased return to grassroots rugby activity has been approved by the Department of Digital, Culture, Media and Sport (‘DCMS’).