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The Tour
The Tour is a fantastic opportunity for parents and kids from the BSRFC mini’s community to have an awesome weekend away. As well as being fun and sociable, it’s packed with cool activities: wiz down the zip wire; scale the climbing wall and expertly steer your quad bike!

The kids like to joke that it stands for ‘Parents Get Lost’, but in fact PGL is a market leading provider of activity courses and holidays. So whilst at ‘Little Canada’, we will be in the capable hands of the friendly and highly trained PGL team.
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All accommodation at ‘Little Canada’ is en suite. The cabins have bunk beds and most sleep between 6-8 people. Usually players share cabins and the dads get to do the same (snoring levels can be high!). Family rooms can also be arranged on request, so why not bring all the family along. The siblings of mini’s players can also take part in the activities, although some age restrictions may apply.

A Sunday just isn’t the same without an energetic run around a rugby pitch. So built in to our Tour is a friendly game against a local team (Havant) on Sunday morning, after which we can head home for a good nights sleep.

Heroes and villains. Join in the fun on Saturday evening by dressing in something theme related. It can be something simple, like a mask or you can dress head to toe as your favourite villain or hero.

Kit list
Sleeping bag and pillow
Rugby kit and boots
Clothing – include long sleeve top/sweatshirt / over the ankle socks.
Bring plenty of spare clothes if the weather is going to be wet.
Hero or villain costume!!!
Water bottle

It is fine to make your own way or alternatively you can catch the coach, which will depart from the rugby club at a time yet agreed. Please indicate on the booking form if you are likely to come by coach.

We estimate that coach travel will cost approx £25 per person which includes the cost of the ferry crossing, however ferry prices have not been published yet for 2011 and it's also dependant on numbers booked on the coach.

Value for money
£95 per person plus the cost of coach travel if applicable. This includes accommodation, food and activities whilst at PGL, plus a packed lunch on Sunday.
Want to come along?

Just complete the application form found at