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NEWS: Free session and children’s book reading for nurseries and pre-schools

Would your children like a fun run-around while learning new skills? Would they like to then settle down to be read a book which promotes friendship and resilience? Read More

didi rugby Bristol: A family outlet for the Gullys

Simon and Rochelle Gully are looking forward to providing an opportunity for young children that wasn’t available to their son at such age. Read More

“Our son, Oliver, is our biggest driving force.”

didi rugby Newcastle lead Hattie Elliott-Edwards is determined to give her son Oliver the opportunities she never had. Read More

The rugby-mad Gully family are launching didi rugby Bristol

A new outlook on children's rugby is coming to Bristol. The Gully family are rugby fanatics and they will be launching didi rugby Bristol! Read More

didi rugby Newcastle launch party

Bringing an exciting approach of children’s rugby to the North-East are rugby supporters, Hattie and Sophie Elliott-Edwards. Read More

Exciting new launch of didi rugby Bristol

The amazing city of Bristol is the latest venue for a launch of didi rugby and classes are expected to start later in the summer. Read More

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A blonde-haired girl crawls through a tunnel holding a rugby ball at one of our nurseries. She is smiling.

NEWS: Free session and children’s book reading for nurseries and pre-schools

Would your children like a fun run-around while learning new skills? Would they like to then settle down to be read a book which promotes friendship and resilience?

The Gully family, Rochelle, Simon and Tyler all wearing red didi rugby kit.

didi rugby Bristol: A family outlet for the Gullys

Simon and Rochelle Gully are looking forward to providing an opportunity for young children that wasn’t available to their son at such age.

Sophie and Hattie Elliott-Edwards wearing red didi rugby kit, holding their son, Oliver.

“Our son, Oliver, is our biggest driving force.”

didi rugby Newcastle lead Hattie Elliott-Edwards is determined to give her son Oliver the opportunities she never had.