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Discussion started by wonkysheep , 10 July, 2019 08:47
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wonkysheep 10 July, 2019 08:47
Hi all

Just to let you know that you have a new option when considering your rugby travel.

Wonky Sheep Events already runs the official fan travel for Wales and Northern Ireland football fans and we are now rolling out our service to rugby.

We will offer packaged and bespoke trips for Wales in the Six Nations, and Wales tours plus Lions, Hong Kong Sevens, Champions Cup, Challenge Cup and Pro14 - wherever there's a demand we'll look to offer it.

We know there are already some long-established providers of rugby travel but we believe we can offer something a bit different and for better prices with comparable trips without cutting corners. We have standards!

That starts with the Six Nations trip to Dublin in February. We have a flight and hotel option on sale now and if there is enough demand, we will also put on a coach and ferry option too.

We’re also taking registrations of interest for the Wales 2020 New Zealand tour and Lions 2021 tour to South Africa.

This is our website: wonkysheep.co.uk

Drop us an e-mail: info@wonkysheep.co.uk if you're after a specific or bespoke trip, or to join our mailing list.

We're on Twitter and Facebook and have also set up a Facebook group which would be great if as many of you as possible can join.

We want to offer you decent travel and create a travel "family" where strangers become friends. This is what we're doing in the football, so let's do it with rugby too.


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