Break The Cycle
The 2011 Break The Cycle highest fundraisers, Richard Spink (left) and his team from Burgess Salmon
The 'Break The Cycle' challenge is an annual event which sees supporters, businesses and players come together to cycle 101 miles to raise funds for the Bristol Rugby Community Foundation.
The funds raised by the teams in 2012 event not ensured that our hugely successful TAG rugby programme continued delivery throughout the entire 2011/12 academic year but confirmed delivery in the 2012/13 in tough financial times.
Furthermore, the 2012 funds have joined new sponsors to enable the launch of new programmes such as our Girls' participation programme called the Eagle Project (check out dedicated website section for details)
The programmes we deliver are proven to change the lives of some of the most disaffected young people in our community today. We not only show them the consequences of poor choices in their life but show the benefits and rewards of making positive and informed choices.
We engage and educate, not lecture without rapport. What we do is a preventative measure against anti-social behaviour and potential imprisonment, we inspire young people and help them unlock their potential.