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Supporters Club away travel to Gloucester

The Bristol Bears Supporters Club will be running coach travel to the Gallagher Premiership clash versus Gloucester on Saturday, March 28th (5.30pm KO).

If you wish to travel, please visit the Supporters Club Gazebo before or after home matches.

The Supporters Club are there for an hour before matches and approximately 30 minutes after matches and are located between the Sports Bar main entrance and the Ashton Gate Store entrance.

Full payment is required in advance to confirm a seat and the Supporters Club have card payment facilities, so you can pay by card as well as by cash or cheque.

For this match the coach travel is at the reduced cost of £10 for Bristol Bears Supporters Club members and £15 for non-members.

The coach departure times will be 2.30pm from St Mary Redcliffe Church (Redcliffe Way) and 3pm from Dorian Road, Horfield (by the TA Barracks/Sports Centre car park).

To contact the Supporters Club please e-mail: admin@brissupportersclub.co.uk.


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