Walking Rugby is a slower, non-contact version of rugby for adults who are looking to increase their levels of physical activity. It is suitable for those recovering from illness or injury, retired players and older people looking to stay fit and active.
Walking Rugby provides participants with the opportunity to enjoy a social, physically active, healthy lifestyle. The Walking Rugby programme aims at engaging adults through the team sport of rugby and offers participants a gentle form of the game. The sessions provide a fun, relaxed environment for people to socialise and enjoy the benefits of exercise together. After each session participants then have the opportunity to meet for a ‘cuppa’ and cake.
The sessions take place at Strathmore Rugby Club from April – October and then move indoors to Forfar Community Campus from November – March.