Oddballs speak to students about Testicular Cancer

We were delighted to welcome the Oddballs Foundation to the College to speak to the Elite Rugby team this week.

The Oddballs Foundation speaking to the Elite Rugby Programme students about testicular cancer
At The Henley College we are passionate about our Elite Rugby Programme being bigger than just Rugby, so to have the opportunity to educate our students on testicular cancer is crucial to their well-being.
Testicular Cancer is a subject that is often ignored or people feel too embarrassed to talk about, but the Odd Balls Foundation managed to bring humour and enthusiasm to the talk, which really helped to engage the students in the subject and it's importance. 
The Odd Balls Foundation aims to make a difference to male health all around the world, and has already made thousands of pounds by selling their products and receiving donations. This money is being used to fulfil their aim of fitting "check yourself" guides into male toilets and changing rooms across the country. Find out more and donate to this great charity here.

Elite Rugby Programme

If you are interested in our Elite Rugby Programme and would like to find out more you can come along to our Open Training Sessions and meet the coaches and play with the team.
The events will be taking place on the 14th November, 27th February and 15th May at the Henley Rugby Club. Find out more here or email Tom Redfern on tred@henleycol.ac.uk for more details or to register your interest in attending.
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