Northampton Saints Foundation are delighted to run four events celebrating the heritage of Northampton Saints Rugby Football Club.
The events, which take place in September and October, have been organised by the Foundation's Partnerships and Heritage Lead, Clare Clark and Club Historian Graham McKechnie. The events, which are free of charge, explore the history of Northampton Saints and remember the individuals who have bought the club to where it is today.
Clare said ‘Northampton Saints Foundation has a heritage team which is responsible for preserving the past and protecting the future of Northampton Saints Rugby Football Club. The four events invite the local community to discover the club’s origins and uncover the stories of its key players. We invite all members of the public to book their place and explore with us.”
Discover the stories of the Saintsmen laid to rest at Dallington Cemetery - Walking Tour
Tuesday 4th October 10am-11am.
Join us for a walking tour of the cemetery and discover the stories of other Saints players that also were laid to rest in Dallington Cemetery. More information
Discover the origins of the Northampton Saints Rugby Football Club - Walking Tour
Tuesday 11th October 10am-11am
Discover stories of the founding members of Northampton Saints Rugby Football Club and its history by joining us for a walking tour around the parish of St James. More information
Sporting Heritage events
Who is Frank Anderson?
Fri, 30 September 2022 14:00 – 15:00
Find out how discovering an unframed photo by chance led to the discovering of Frank Anderson, Northampton Saints first mixed-race player. More information.
Mainstream school event
The Foundation’s education team will be teaming up with Northampton Saints Community coaches to invite 120 school children from local schools to visit cinch Stadium, at Franklin’s Gardens to learn about Frank Anderson and enjoy a range of rugby activities. This event is now fully booked but please click here to read more about our heritage programmes.