Aldeburgh & Thorpeness Rugby Club

Photo of Thorpeness Rugby Club play

Play near the House in the Clouds, Thorpeness, their former ground.

Club News

The Rugby Club has been renamed and is now the Aldeburgh & Thorpeness Rugby Club.

The Club plays from Kings Field in Aldeburgh, and is working with Aldeburgh Town Council and the Aldeburgh Community & Sports Trust to develop a new club house.

Support, Play, Volunteer or Sponsor at the club, we have numerous social events and opportunities to have fun, make new friends or advertise your business.

The Club has a new website with full information on games, training and much more.

 


  • Learn or develop a new skill
  • Be part of your community
  • Motivation and sense of achievement
  • Boost your career options
  • New interests and hobbies
  • New experiences
  • Meeting a diverse range of people
  • Send a signal to your employer, teachers, friends and family…

Other News

The support from the community is fantastic and we hope you continue to enjoy the games, the club shop and social events that the club runs. Pop along, enjoy the refreshments and purchase a match programme for more information.

Any new players, Volunteers, Sponsors and Supporters are always welcome. If you would like to join any of the teams then please get in touch - whatever your age or ability you will be welcome.

Volunteer to help the Club

Since the new club started in March 2010 a lot of work has been done by everybody involved in the club to turn out a good reliable team, and to also make sure we adhere to all official RFU regulations. On top of this we have had to work very hard on the ground and Pavilion that we share with several other groups in Thorpeness. We have had to do everything from DIY to attending county meetings, finance, management, secretarial roles, first aid etc…….

The club can only continue to be a success on and off the pitch if we have enough volunteers. We can always use more……

Volunteering has a meaningful, positive impact on your community. But did you know that it can have many benefits for you too? Here are some reasons to volunteer:

Aldeburgh & Thorpeness Rugby Club may help to identify and pay for courses if it is deemed beneficial for the club and the individual.

See their website if you are interested in helping.