The Archbishop of Canterbury is continuing his tour of the region - today visiting Franklin's Gardens in Northampton.
It was a chance for The Most Rev Justin Welby to meet some Saints.
And he was really quite overwhelmed by it all!
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Dylan Hartley and the rest of his Saints teammates were the special guests at this week's rugby camp.Read the full story ›
The 70-year-old takes over from Jim Mallinder, who was was sacked from the club a few weeks ago.Read the full story ›
Mallinder joined at Franklin’s Gardens in 2007 and was the longest-serving director of rugby in the Aviva Premiership.Read the full story ›
George North will leave Northampton at the end of this season and return to Wales on a national dual contract.
The winger, who has won 69 Wales caps and scored 30 tries, has agreed a deal from next term, the Welsh Rugby Union announced on its official Twitter feed.
Northampton released their own statement confirming 25-year-old North's departure. It is not known at this stage which of the four Welsh regions he will join.
North says he's delighted to be heading back to Wales
As a proud Welshman, I am excited to be heading back to Wales. I feel that the time is right and with the benefits that come with it it was a great option for me
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A Charity Cycle ride to every rugby club in Norfolk has smashed it's original target of £50,000 and reached £135,000 and still climbing.Read the full story ›
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Cyclists have set off on a journey to every rugby club in Norfolk to raise money for the Wooden Spoon charity.
From this morning until Sunday afternoon riders will be travelling around 320 miles from club to club, camping out on the pitches before continuing their journey the next day.
Some of the UK’s top rugby players have wished the riders of Club Together the best ahead of the ride.
They include Elliot Daly Joe Launchbury, and Welsh star Adam Jones. Former England star Phil Vickery is spending today with the cyclists.
The event had aimed to raise £50,000 but has already more than doubled that target so reaching more than £110,000.
All funds raised will be donated to special needs charities in Norfolk, with 50per cent going to Wooden Spoon, the Children’s Charity of Rugby which use the money on projects in Norfolk.
Watch below to see a message of support to the riders on Twitter from former Saracens and England star Charlie Hodgson