WOULD you like to be the mascot at Kingsholm for the match against Exeter Chiefs?
If you would like to lead the Gloucester team out on Friday, September 19 (KO 7.30pm), read on…
Rendcomb College, Cirencester was founded in 1920 by the philanthropic Gloucestershire Wills family. Since then the school has educated many local people.
Rendcomb, which takes pupils from 3-18 remains a family-centred school set in a beautiful 220-acre Cotswold estate. Rendcomb can be seen at work on Saturday, September 20 at its Open Day: all welcome!
The school continues to benefit from the support of the Wills family. Every year an 11-year-old from a local state primary school is eligible for the prestigious and fully-funded Noel Wills Scholarship. If you are interested in this please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Rendcomb Headmaster Roland Martin was himself a pupil and scholar at the school. A local man, Roland is a lifelong Gloucester supporter. He was keen to support the Gloucester Rugby Community Programme and has been highly involved in GRC projects. He will judge the competition and chose the winner.
What is involved?
The competition winner will enjoy the match day mascot experience at Gloucester Rugby. It is a unique way to enjoy a game at Kingsholm. As part of being the mascot you will receive:
• A full replica playing kit
• 4 match day tickets
• 4 match day programmes
• 4 lounge passes for pre and post- match
• Photos of your day (emailed to you)
• The experience of a life time!
What do you need to do?
Register at rendcombcollege.org.uk/GloucesterMascot.aspx before 10am Monday, September 8, 2014.
Include a picture (.jpg) of yourself and 100 words about why you should be the mascot at the Exeter Chiefs game. Remember to include email contact information and a mobile number.
The lucky winner will be contacted by noon on Monday, September 8. We will need to know your kit size.
Please note the package is non-transferable; you must be available on the day!