The first Cardiff Blues half-term rugby camps will be run next week since the community department became a Community Foundation in its own right.
Cardiff Arms Park will host three days of rugby action for children aged 6-14 on Monday 29th, Tuesday 30th and Wednesday 31st October, with attendees having the opportunity to see the Welsh national team train at the Principality Stadium on the Monday.
There will also be visits from Cardiff Blues squad members who will take part in rugby activities and be the subject of Q+A sessions.
Spaces are still available and can be booked via the Cardiff Blues Rugby Camps website.
As well as the Arms Park rugby camp, there will be a girls-only camp on Friday 2nd November at The Vale Resort in Hensol, where Cardiff Blues and Wales both train.
This follows on from a hugely success Rookie Rugby Day held in conjunction with the Welsh Rugby Union at the House of Sport Air Dome in Leckwith.
More than 600 girls from 24 schools across the region attended where they took part in a variety of rugby-related activities, assisted by Cardiff Blues Rugby Officers, BTEC and Foundation Degree students, hub officers, WRU apprentices and Cardiff and Vale College students, as well as the Royal Air Force and Welsh Guards.
There are also spaces available for the girls-only camp which can be booked on the Cardiff Blues Rugby Camps website.