ICONS of Rugby 2018 VIP Experience for 10
You and 9 guests will enjoy a five-star day to remember at the 2018 Icons of Rugby.
ICONS of Rugby 2018 is a unique event bringing together 24 of the most respected and revered names in World Rugby. Top players compete on the golf course in a Ryder Cup style, Southern vs. Northern Hemisphere clash. Featured players include: Brian O’Driscoll, Lawrence Dallaglio, Johnny Sexton, George Gregan and Bryan Habana to name just a few.
You and your guests can sit back and relax in style while watching these global heavyweights of the game battle it out in this competitive, televised format.
ICONS of Rugby 2018 is hosted at the stunning and tranquil surroundings of Buckinghamshire Golf Club.
This amazing package includes:
- Breakfast and lunch
- Quintessential British afternoon tea
- Wine tasting sessions
- Coffee seminars
- Icon Q&A’s
- Live music and entertainment
- Exclusive access to the VIP wine bars and marquees including an unlimited selection of soft and alcoholic beverages (alcoholic beverages served from 11am – 6pm)
- Official souvenir programs
- Preferred location free parking
July 28 or July 29, 2018 from 8:30 am - 6 pm.
Please note: Players will be around and available for photo opportunities however we cannot guarantee their availability or any meet and greets.
SpecialEffect is a charity that puts fun and inclusion back into the lives of people with physical disabilities by helping them to play video games. By using technology ranging from modified joypads to eye-control, they’re finding a way for people to play to the very best of their abilities.
But they’re not just doing it for fun. By levelling the playing field, they’re bringing families and friends together and having a profoundly positive impact on therapy, confidence and quality of life.
At any one time the charity is helping hundreds of people on an individual and ongoing basis across the UK. They also have an increasing global influence via online support to individuals and through collaboration with an increasing number of hardware and software developers.
Everyone they help has different physical abilities - there’s no one-size-fits all solution - so the charity’s teams of specialist games technologists and therapists mix, modify, match and create gaming setups that are customised to exactly meet the person’s abilities.
Their doors are open to everyone, including accident victims, service personnel with combat injuries, people with congenital and progressive conditions and stroke patients.
The charity doesn’t sell any equipment and they don’t charge for their services, so there are no barriers for anyone asking for their help.