Young rugby players from Weston-super-Mare were among 200 children to enjoy a once-in-a-lifetime day out at the home of English rugby.
A former British and Irish Lions rugby star will take part in a Q&A at a Congresbury hotel next month.
Tribute Division 3 South championship winners Weston Wanderers received the shield at the club dinner.
Hornets Colts celebrated their successful season with an end-of-season awards ceremony.
Both Winscombe girls’ teams at Under-15 and 18 level became RFU national champions in a historic day at Cheltenham.
Hornets Colts became Somerset Cup champions after defeating Taunton in a hard-fought battle.
Hornets finished the season with an impressive win over Ivybridge, a perfect sending off for coaches Jon Richardson and Jack Gadd.
Weston ended their season with a fantastic unbeaten record, winning the league and the Somerset Cup in the process.
Somerset Premier League champions Winscombe finished the season with victory, their 25th from 26 matches.
Weston completed a league and cup double when they defeated Clevedon in the final of the Somerset Cup.
Winscombe finished as runners-up in the Bristol Combination Vase final, not helped by the wrongful sending off of captain Lewis Podpadec.
Hornets return to form at The Nest with a comprehensive victory over Cleve.
A stodgy performance by Weston was enough to overcome bottom of the table Midsomer Norton.
Hornets Colts reached their second cup final of the season after defeating Keynsham.
Winscombe clinched promotion despite defeat against close neighbours Weston 2nd XV.
Winscombe Under-12s just missed out on a trip to Twickenham at a tournament at Trowbridge.
Weston Under-15s struggled to turn possession into points in their match against Clifton.
Weston defeated Old Redcliffians to reach the final of the Webb Ellis Somerset Cup.
Two players for Hornettes have been selected to represent the England Deaf side at Devon at the weekend.
Winscombe defeated Tor for the second time in as many weeks.
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