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Langley House Mortgages remain onboard as Official Mortgage Partner

Langley House Mortgages will retain their position as Official Mortgage Partner ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.

The Bristol-based firm are a proud supporter of the club and its award-winning charity, sponsoring the in-depth preview for every home game on bristolbearsrugby.com and donating to the Bears Community Foundation for every supporter who completes their remortgage through Langley House Mortgages.

Group Head of Commercial Justine Kebby said: "Langley House are a company with roots in the city and an aligned vision for success. We've seen the partnership grow over the past eighteen months and it's been pleasing to see how they engage with both the Bears Community Foundation and the club through innovative content such as the matchday preview."

Bristol Bears Chief-Executive Mark Tainton said: “Local businesses who understand the Bears vision and want to be a part of that journey are critical to our success, so we’re delighted to continue in partnership with Langley House Mortgages.

“As well as supporting players and supporters with their products and services, it’s been pleasing to see how Langley House Mortgages have engaged with digital audiences via unique content on the club’s official channels.”

Langley House Director, Toby Fields, said: “It was brilliant to be involved with Bears to witness their success on and off pitch last season, we helped many players, staff and fans with their mortgage requirements. Every fan that used our service was sent a video message from their favourite player and we made a donation to The Bristol Bears Community Foundation in their name. As a reminder, we will never ever charge you a fee when for our service – we are completely fee free.”

Rob Payne, Langley House Director, added: The feedback we’ve had from players and staff has been great and this coming season we really want to engage with the Bears community to allow more fans to benefit from our free mortgage advice. we can’t wait to get back to Ashton Gate and cheer on the team in what is sure to be a great season!"

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