Warriors Together: Week Two
- Community Foundation return with week two ‘Warriors Together’ programme.
- Community Foundation to deliver a four-session programme throughout Wigan and surrounding Communities from December to January.
- Warriors Together launched on Friday 1st December.
Warriors Together aims to have an impact on all areas of the borough by working with schools and community groups in the most deprived and hard-to-reach areas of Wigan.
Taking place on Friday afternoons, Foundation staff and players are going out to deliver engaging sessions in person in high schools, primary schools and at Robin Park Arena. The delivery is also being extended to the Foundation’s community groups such as Rugby Memories.
This week the Warriors were out and about in Standish, as well as welcoming groups to Robin Park Arena including the Wanderers U16s girls from Australia. An extra special visit was also made to Jack Fletcher who turned 100-years-old on 5th December, some of the team visited him with the League Leaders Shield and Super League Trophy.
Week 2 – Friday 9th December
- Woodfold Primary School
- Shevington High School
- Standish High School
- The Zone
- Wanderers Australia U16s Girls
The first week of delivery saw Warriors first team players head out into the Community at Ashton-in-Makerfield and Golborne. Primary Schools were treated to a fun-packed interactive assemblies whilst the high schools took part in a practical session with Community Foundation staff and players.
Over the coming weeks the Warriors will be going to more schools and hosting more sessions at Robin Park Arena.