Perfect for an Easter, May or October European tour with professional coaching from international athletes and a schedule of well-matched fixtures against local opposition.
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The Edwin Doran Team attended a great evening at Ace Africa's 2014 Quiz Night raising over £10,000 to support the children and families that Ace Africa work with.
We’re proud to be celebrating 40 years as market leaders in school sports travel! Celebrating our birthday at the Rosslyn Park National School Sevens, teachers, tour leaders and partners enjoyed a week of Edwin Doran event hospitality!
Combine great sport with spectacular sightseeing for a once in a lifetime sports touring experience. Check out why New Zealand is one of our favourite countries to host a variety of high quality sports tours.
Edwin Doran’s staff are destination experts and our greatest asset. We sent a couple of our newest staff members to South Africa to meet our vast network of contacts and reinforce their knowledge on our top selling destination for UK schools.
Help us celebrate our 40th birthday at Rosslyn Park National School 7s in Roehamption Vale w/c 24th March! Come and join us for some complimentary food and drink to celebrate with us and to thank you for travelling with us over the past 40 years!
On Wednesday 23rd July 52 pupils from The King's School, Macclesfield, will embark on a two and a half week rugby tour of South Africa playing ten games across the country aswell as visiting the likes of Kariega Game Reserve and Table Mountain.
As official Travel Partners of Independent Coach Education and key sponsors of the 5th National Conference for Directors of Sport in Independent Schools, Edwin Doran Sports Tours are delighted to be joining Directors of Sport at the biggest ever assembly of DoS in Britain.