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GALLERY: Quartet Attend Golden Memories Reminiscence Session

The Bristol Rugby quartet of Olly Robinson, Nick Koster, Charlie Amesbury and Kyle Traynor showed their support for the launch of Bristol Rugby Community Foundation's Golden Memories programme, in partnership with Bristol Sport Foundation and Sporting Memories Foundation. 

The players attended a reminiscence session prior to kick off as the Foundation rolled out its Golden Memories programme at the Bristol Rugby versus Bath derby. 

Ashton Gate was a hive of Golden Memories activity before, during and after the game, including a programme and memorabilia collection and a memories session for a group of former players in the Executive Lounge. 

Programme manager, Kris Tavender said: "What a fantastic way to launch our Golden Memories programme. Sunday was a huge success and we have generated plenty of interest in the programme on the back of the weekend's activities. 

"We definitely created some Golden Memories on and off the field on Sunday and long may it continue."

Images courtesy of JMPUK.

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