There are many ways in which you can get involved with the Go Rwanda project. Visit our Legacy page to find out more about these.
Please contact us for further information on a particular area of interest.
Do you want to get involved with the Go Rwanda Friendship Group?
The Go Rwanda Friendship Group are a group of volunteers from organisations in Bury St Edmunds creating a lasting legacy from the London 2012 Games.
We'd love to hear from you!
Contact Michelle Banfield-Curran on 01284 757482
The Games May Be Over But Continue to Support Rwanda As Your Second Team
We know you will always cheer for the GB teams in international events like the Olympic and Paralympic Games but our friends in Rwanda hope you will continue to cheer them on too.
On our Facebook page you will see updates on how the national teams in Rwanda are doing via the National Olympic and the National Paralympic Committees of Rwanda.
The Games may be over but by taking and interest in Rwanda's athletes we will be continuing our legacy of friendship and support.
Why not hold an event or dedicate an existing event or activity for Sport for Rwanda, our fundraising appeal?
If you would like to hold a fundraiser for Sport For Rwanda we'd love to hear from you. Contact Michelle Banfield-Curran on 01284 757482 for more information.
Buy A Limited Edition Pin
There are still a few c ommemorative pins available celebrating the Bury St Edmunds Pre-Games Training Camp and the Go Rwanda project.
You can purchase the pins, priced at £5, from Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre, Bury St Edmunds Tourist Information Centre, Moyses's Hall Museum, St Edmundsbury Cathedral, Greene King Visitors' Centre, Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal and West Stow. All proceeds will go to training equipment for the Rwandan Olympic and Paralympic athletes as they prepare for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio in 2016.
Pin Badges To Go On Sale
Commemorative pins celebrating the Bury St Edmunds Pre-Games Training Camp and the Go Rwanda project will soon be on sale priced £5.
They will be available from Bury St Edmunds Leisure Centre, Bury St Edmunds Tourist Information Centre, Moyse’s Hall Museum, West Stow, Bury St Edmunds Theatre Royal, Greene King Visitors’ Centre and St Edmundsbury Cathedral.
All proceeds will go to training equipment for the Rwandan Olympic and Paralympic athletes.