The December meeting of Rugby Does Breakfast is an 'away day' to visit the Rugby Hall of Fame at the Rugby Art Gallery.
Many of you will have attended our November meeting where Michael Beirne, Rugby Borough Council's Economic Investment Officer shared with us how the Rugby Hall of Fame will play an integral part of the new Town Centre Action Plan. Now is your opportunity to be amongst the very first people in the world to see the Hall of Fame in all its glory!
Michael will join us again to talk briefly about the Hall of Fame and then delegates will be free to look around the interactive exhibition, and discover more about the history and evolution of the game, be introduced to some of the great players and moments in Rugby history and learn more about the 121 World Rugby national unions which play the game.
Victoria Gabbitas, Arts, Heritage and Visitor Services Manager at Rugby Gallery will also speak about the Gallery's programmes and plans across the building for the next year with the opportunity to view the new Archaeology Gallery!
Rugby Art Gallery and Museum,
Little Elborow Street,
ASDA pay and display car park is at the front of Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, for more details including directions click here.
Timings and Cost
Cost - £10 - to include breakfast
Tickets must be purchased in advance via Eventbrite
7.15am - Arrival and networking
7.40am - Breakfast
8.15am - Talk and opportunity to view Hall of Fame and Gallery
9am - Depart
Please purchase your tickets via the following link.