Worcester Warriors Women and The UK Sepsis Trust present:

‘Sepsis Awareness Day’

 Sunday 1st December 2019 at Sixways Stadium

Join Warriors Women and The UK Sepsis Trust in their mission to help raise awareness of sepsis!

A Sepsis Awareness Day will be held at Sixways on 1st December, the day Warriors Women host Bristol Bears Women for a Tyrrells Premier 15s fixture.

The day will be run in partnership with main sponsor The UK Sepsis Trust and will incorporate a host of activities. These include a family fun day in the club’s new fan zone, a chance to experience the StreetVelodrome pop-up cycling track which emulates the thrill of Olympic-style racing, and a mini rugby tournament. Plans are also underway for on-pitch entertainment, celebrity attendances and musical performances, all to be confirmed in due course.

The event’s main aim is to raise awareness of sepsis but it will also be aiming to set a new Tyrrells Premier 15s attendance record!

The UK Sepsis Trust will host a ‘sepsis family’ event during the day, to include staff, ambassadors, fundraisers and supporters, in a dedicated Sepsis Lounge where its charitable objectives and 2020 fundraising opportunities will be presented. The day will also incorporate the Trust’s recently launched ‘Schools Against Sepsis’ programme.

Tickets just £5.

Buy your tickets online here and help the Trust make a difference!
You can also call the Warriors Ticket Office on 01905 459309.

Help the club, team and the Trust make a difference and save lives!

Corporate Opportunities

Companies are also actively encouraged to support the day, with a host of superb hospitality packages and excellent advertising and business networking opportunities available. For more information click here, or email rachel@cubemanagement.co.uk.

About the UK Sepsis Trust

The UK Sepsis Trust is a charity whose main aim is to save lives and improve outcomes for survivors of sepsis by instigating political change, educating healthcare professionals, raising public awareness, and providing support for those affected. Visit The UK Sepsis Trust for more information.

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