Webb Ellis supporting Caludon Castle in Uganda

Webb Ellis supporting Caludon Castle in Uganda

Webb Ellis was proud to support Africa Inspires on its latest trip, bringing the sport of rugby to the children.

When London was awarded the 2012 Olympics, Lord Coe made a promise that the games would reach out and inspire the youth of the world, and the Coventry 2012 Partnership was inspired to do just that, by creating Africa Inspires - a partnership that has extended well beyond 2012 itself.

“Twinning” five schools in Coventry with five schools from Kampala, the Africa Inspires Project aims to develop the capacity and skills of those in schools, whilst also serving to build and strengthen communities, both locally and internationally between Kampala and Coventry, all based around the two central themes of sports development and improving access to clean drinking water.

This year, Webb Ellis was pleased to donate balls, training items and excess clothing stock to Caludon Castle School, one of the schools involved in the project. They took the kit on to Family Primary School in Uganda, its twinned school, and distributed it amongst the youngsters.


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Webb Ellis extends sponsorship deal with Newbold RFC

Webb Ellis extends sponsorship deal with Newbold RFC


Webb Ellis is delighted to announce that the current sponsorship deal with Newbold-on-Avon Rugby Football Club has been extended to incorporate the forthcoming 2014/15 season.


Having worked together for the past three seasons, Webb Ellis has been able to establish team and supporter ranges enabling the profile of Newbold-on-Avon RFC to be raised through more visibility around the town of Rugby.


Lawrence Webb, managing director of Webb Ellis, said: “This is fantastic news for us. We are delighted to support a local team that is striving for success in the game whilst supporting its core local fanbase.”


Newbold-on-Avon RFC’s Kevin Whitehead said: “We have been really pleased with the quality of the kit we have received to date and the service has been personal yet professional.


“The fact that our supporters can pop in to the Webb Ellis shop at any time to buy their merchandise is a big plus-point and has worked fantastically well.


“As a club, we pride ourselves on building links within the local community therefore its amazing that we have a local supplier on board to help us continue this work.”




New charity rugby team launched

Bristol Wanderers are seen here sporting their new Webb Ellis shirts.


Bristol Wanderers, a new charity rugby team, have set themselves a target of raising at least £5000 for Children's Hospice South West in their first year.


Establised by Paul Beet along with former Bristol players Simon Martin and Mark Irish, the Wanderers will play around four games a season in the West Country. Former Ireland, Bristol and Bath centre Kevin Maggs, along with current Bristol favourite Mariano Sambucetti, have agreed to become charity ambassadors for the Wanderers and both will be pulling on their boots to make an appearance for the side, along with an array of other former internationals and professionals.


Pictured left to right - Mark Irish, Kevin Maggs, Simon Martin, Steve Smith (Bristol Audi head of business), Zoe Mason (Children's Hospice South West fundraiser), Paul Beet and Mariano Sambucetti.

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Referees of the Buenos Aires RFU

Great shot of the referees of the Buenos Aires RFU sporting their Webb Ellis kit!


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