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Astra Security extend partnership with Bears Women

Bristol Bears Women is delighted to reveal that Astra Security will continue their long-standing partnership for the 2019/20 campaign.

The strong partnership between Astra Security Ltd and Bristol Bears Women is now entering its sixth year and the Bristol-based security system provider will feature on the back of the home and away shirts for the upcoming season, as well as 2019/20 training wear.

Astra Security provide businesses in the UK and Ireland with state-of-the-art security systems and maintenance services to ensure safety, security and public protection on their premises.

Group head of commercial Caroline Herbert said: “Astra Security Ltd are loyal supporters of Bristol Bears Women – they’ve backed Kim Oliver’s side for six years and they’re enjoying the success that the team is achieving.

“Astra Security Ltd have a fantastic relationship with the Bears Women and a mutual desire to continue the growth of women’s rugby in Bristol. It’s great to have them onboard once again.”

Astra Security Ltd’s managing director, Paul Beet, added: “It’s great to see how Bristol Bears Women have developed over the recent years and myself along with the company are very excited to be entering the sixth year of our partnership.

“We’re looking forward to supporting them on their journey in the 2019/20 Tyrrell’s Premier 15s season and what the club is doing is very empowering for women playing the sport of rugby, as well as the supporters in the Bristol area.”


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