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Visitors to the Museum from the Vusa Rugby Aacademy

(From Left to Right) Brendan Fogarty, Steve Bailey and Hilton Houghton gather in the Museum, before their meeting in The Mitre.
31 May 2019
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Brendan Fogarty, Hilton Houghton and Steve Bailey, at the Museum.
Brendan Fogarty, Hilton Houghton and Steve Bailey, at the Museum.


The Museum was pleased to have members of the Vusa Rugby Academy visit the Museum on Wednesday 29 May.  They spent time viewing some of the exhibits, and explained the reason for their visit to The Mitre, to Paul Murray the Curator of the Museum, who took them on a tour.  The reason for their visit was to hold a meeting with colleagues about the Vusa Rugby Academy.  This organization offers a structured programme through sport and academics, to develop skills for children across the wider Cape Town community who do not readily have access to well-resourced facilities.  For more about this go to https://www.vusarugbyacademy.com/
For a tour of the Museum between 0800 - 1400 plse contact Paul Murray at 0835159526.
 

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