City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

City Guide to Edinburgh, Scotland

RBS 6 Nations Roadshow Rolls into Edinburgh

By Editor - Posted on 26 January 2011

Marking the countdown to the RBS 6 Nations, rugby fans and families are invited to share in the excitement by heading to the RBS 6 Nations Roadshow, which will be making its first stop at Edinburgh’s Waverley Station on Saturday 29th January, running from 10am until 4pm.

Joining the roadshow in Edinburgh, special guests Chris Paterson and Mike Blair will be in attendance from 12pm until 2pm to meet and greet fans, and take part in an autograph session. Giving fans the chance to get even closer to the action, visitors to the tour will have the opportunity to have their photo taken with the famous RBS 6 Nations Trophy that’s been lifted by legends of the game both past and present.

As part of the FREE roadshow experience rugby fans are also invited to take on the RBS 6 Nations Rugby Challenge. This fun, interactive game is looking to test the kicking skills of rugby fans across Scotland; it is free to enter and open to all ages.

To reward the support of everyone who takes part in the roadshow, visitors will have the chance to win fantastic prizes including t-shirts, mini rugby balls and tickets to RBS 6 Nations games.

This unique roadshow will be coming to Edinburgh on Saturday 29th January 2011, and will pass through Aberdeen Union Square (Saturday 19th February) and Glasgow Central Station (Saturday 5th March) prior to all of Scotland’s crucial home games. The exciting RBS 6 Nations Roadshow will give fans of all ages the chance to sample the magic of the most prestigious rugby tournament in Europe.

Denise Alexander, RBS Spokesperson said: “As passionate supporters of the RBS 6 Nations we know that this time of year is a highlight in every Rugby fans calendar. With Scotland’s recent performances there’s a real sense of anticipation across the country. We are playing our part by giving Scottish fans the chance to get up close and personal with their rugby heroes and the famous RBS 6 Nations trophy helping the country get behind the team in this important Championship and Rugby World Cup year”.