Stadium for Bath is not just about delivering a new home for Bath Rugb. It is about regenerating the riverside in the heart of Bath, the creation of wider sporting and community benefits and building a brilliant place that everyone can enjoy, whether they’re a rugby fan or not.
Really interesting articles in @BathLifeMag from Matt Bielby and @davidflatman about Bath’s riverside. It’s great to see people excited about the potential riverside regeneration which is an integral part of this project.
Read the full articles here:
I wonder how many bars and restaurants would go out of business if the club is forced out of the city center
Stadium For Bath? 😂😂😂
It needs to The club is a huge asset to the town and its businesses!
Never going to happen!
The existing ground is a disgrace but I just can’t see this happening. Can’t see this getting approved. I couldn’t read the article but think this would be £50 million. Surely build a new stadium out of town?
“Bath Rugby Foundation uses the values of sport to change the lives of disadvantaged children and young people and over the last 15 years we are proud to have helped thousands of youngsters in B&NES discover and reach their full potential.
“We already work in schools, in the community and in our own classroom, but Stadium for Bath will provide us with the purpose-built space to connect and collaborate with other like-minded charities for the benefit of the increasing number of children and young people who need us.
“By supporting this project with its many benefits you’ll also be pledging to protect our most precious resource – the next generation.”
Lynne Fernquest, Chief Executive, Bath Rugby Foundation commenting on today's announcement about how a new stadium will provide a sporting and social legacy for Bath.
New stadium will provide a sporting and social legacy for the City of Bath with emphasis on five key areas: Providing a hybrid or artificial pitch with facilities which will facilitate public use and drive sporting participation Becoming an additional ‘sport focused campus’ accessible for ...