Red Dragon FM and WRU have teamed up to launch 'Get Stripped for Wales'.
We are encouraging schools and workplaces to leave their uniforms or suits at home and wear their Wales rugby 'strip' on November 13th, ahead of Wales v Samoa which kicks off at 7.30pm at the Millennium Stadium.
Wear your national rugby strip to work on November 13th, donate a minimum of £1 and 'Get Stripped for Wales'. The money will go to Red Dragon FM's Charity Help a South Wales Child and The Welsh Rugby Charitable Trust
Celebrities, already backing the day, include Kelly Jones from the Stereophonics, former boxer Joe Calzaghe and singer Katherine Jenkins.
Kam, from Kam and Sally at breakfast said: "We're all passionate about supporting Wales and this is a great chance to help local charities at the same. We'll be getting stripped."
So 'Get Stripped for Wales' on November 13th and have fun whilst helping these great causes.
To register your school, college or work place, complete the form online at: www.reddragonfm.com
Tickets for Wales v Samoa are just £10 for kids and £15 for adults and available from www.wru.co.uk/tickets
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WRU TV follows Wales' RWC training squad on day one of their camp in North Wales. The squad were greeted to an official welcome in Colwyn Bay and then headed for an afternoon of team building at ZipWorld
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