Bonnyrigg Rose Community Football Club

Bonnyrigg Rose Community Club – Corona Virus update, 15th March

Sunday 15th March 2020

Bonnyrigg Rose Community Club update statement  – Corona Virus .

The Management Team met tonight and agreed that so long as schools are open, teams /age groups can continue to train.

Some teams/age groups might decide not to train. Coaches can use their discretion when making these decisions.

Should Midlothian Council close local schools , the club will follow suit and close down  it’s football services.

Please keep an eye of the clubs website and social media accounts for further updates.

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