Salisbury Rugby Club has been nominated as a regional finalist in the Persimmon Homes Healthy Communities Competition, and we need your help.
The Winning Click
Starting today, we need everyone (club members, family, friends, colleagues, distant relations, etc.) to vote for Salisbury Rugby Club and help us in our bid to win £200,000.
To vote, simply use the following link (and select Salisbury RFC as your chosen finalist): https://www.persimmonhomes.com/healthy-communities
Do You Have 0.005 Seconds to Spare?
It literally couldn't be any easier to vote – no details required, no data capture, no irritating follow-up emails. Just a button click that takes about 0.005 seconds. We timed it.
The national prize is £200,000. We also have a chance of winning one of two runners up prizes of £50,000 each. But we're dreaming big – let's push for the £200,000!
Vote Today. In Fact, Vote Right Now!
Voting is open from 5th February (today) to 16th March, and you are allowed to vote once a day.
So, please vote, and please share with your friends, family, etc. across social media.
Thanks in advance for your help!
The award-winning Oddfellows Brass Band will be performing at the club this February.
Join us on Sunday 11 February 2018, at 3 pm, to enjoy popular classics performed by the band.
The Secret Spitfires return, for details see full article.
Tickets are only £25.00 to enjoy a 4 course meal, a tot of whisky and a traditional Burns Night evening.
Happy New Year to everyone. I hope you all had a good Christmas break and are fully refreshed for the second half of our season.
26th. December 2017 - the club's annual Boxing Day frolic in memory of Rory Walworth
A sizeable crowd were in the Club to see local favourite Barry White land the big prize in our annual draw. Well done Barry and of course Jim Olsen and his crew for organising and raising over £2,100 for Project All Change. CLICK through to see the full list of winners and how to claim your prize.
Fundraising usually means asking a lot of our members. Time, effort, favours or just plain old cash. That just changed, thanks to GoRaise.
4th. November 2017 - a VP lunch before the game against Wimborne and cheque presentation for the Joseph Landon Charitable Foundation
It is good to be back at Castle Road after a blank Saturday here (I , and our Financial Director, hate them) and two away games at Royal Wootton Bassett and Witney. We were plagued with injuries and unavailabilities in these games and our thanks go to those players who stepped up to fill the gaps. We managed to snatch a late winner at RWB and then allowed Witney to their great surprise to do the same to us the following week. We hope for a better performance today.