It is with some pleasure and privilege that I can reveal that my recent contribution for the World Rugby Museum is now live on their blog site.
I will not let on too much about the article as you are welcome to read it in full to find out more. However to say it is an Insider's Guide to visiting the birthplace of rugby - Rugby, England - and the attractions here which would be of particular interest to anyone who follows, plays and has a general interest in the sport.
The Insider is of course me. Being born, bred and based a short walk away from where it all started, these are places I do know well.
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😀 I'm pleased to say my recent contribution for @wrugbymuseum is now up and live on their website/blog site - https://worldrugbymuseum.blog/ Features @therugbytown, @rugbyschool1567, @worldrugby Hall of Fame, Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum and @themerchantsinn Click on the link below to read the article in full. https://worldrugbymuseum.blog/2020/02/17/a-walking-tour-of-rugby-town-with-karl-quinney/ Many thanks again @wrugbymuseum for the opportunity. #therugbytown #birthplaceofrugby #walkingtour #rugbyschool #webbellisrugbyfootballmuseum #worldrugbyhalloffame #merchantsinn #pubofrugby
For the most ardent of rugby followers and enthusiasts, a trip to Rugby is a pilgrimage of sorts and one of those places to tick off your proverbial bucket list.
— World Rugby Museum (@wrugbymuseum) February 19, 2020
To read the article, click the link here
Many thanks to World Rugby Museum for the allowing me the opportunity to contribute and also for publishing the article.