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Paignton RFC U9 & U10
Posted by: SJJ1960
Date: 06/10/2017 18:42
I am not a regular poster, but as a parent of a son who went on to become a professional rugby player after starting aged 7 I am passionate about young people playing rugby. As such and as a resident in Paignton I have become interested in the plight of Paignton youngsters who just want to play rugby. They don't have their own club, or changing facilities, but play at Torbay Park. Some local residents have complained (not sure why) and the council have withdrawn the facilities.
Some of these youngster may one day be playing for the Chiefs and would welcome your support in signing the petition. The local MP is supportive of them being allowed to continue playing.
If you feel able to support the petition I am sure they would be very grateful.
Thank you. I have copied the link to the petition below I hope.

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