Bitesize Battlefield Challenge – sign up today!

MRUFC have teamed up with the Bitesize Battlefield Challenge to provide an amazing charity event for schools and children in the area. We would like to invite kids to take part in this exciting activity!

This year we will be hosting annual Kids to Teens Obstacle Course ‘ The Bitesize Battlefield Challenge 2019’ at Macclesfield Rugby Club for the One Woman At A time Charity.

Schools, teams and clubs from across Manchester will compete to complete as many laps of the course as possible in their wave slot, for a place on the school’s leader board and win prizes! We have had a fantastic response and assembly uptake so far.

The event involves 20 Obstacles, including an inflatable slip and slide, giant slime pool, ball pool, monkey bars, climbing walls, hay bales and much, much more!

£12.50 sign up fee includes a meal and t-shirt!

You can read more about signing up here.

P.S: Staff, coaches and parent involvement is highly encouraged!


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