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Win a signed shirt with Pledgeball

Friday night marks the return of Gallagher Premiership rugby with a huge local derby against Bath and a new chapter of the Bears’ partnership with the growing Bristol Charity, Pledgeball. 

This season we’re delighted to be offering Bears fans more opportunities to support the Club through Pledgeball to make an impact and be in with the chance of winning a signed shirt.

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What is Pledgeball?

Pledgeball gives fans a platform to take a stand on sustainability. It is a movement that highlights the power that fans can have when they come together with a purpose. This works through Pledgeball fixtures. In each Pledgeball fixture fans of opposing teams can make a pledge to cut down their own personal carbon emissions by choosing from a list of actions provided by the Charity. The idea is simple: the set of fans that pledge to save the most carbon emissions win the fixture.

The theme of this week’s Pledgeball fixture is the power of using public transport. Just 1 Ashton Gate’s worth of fans switching to taking the bus instead of driving, saves the same amount of emissions as taking over 16,000 cars off the road. Using public transport when possible is a great way to cut carbon emissions, however Pledgeball is inclusive and offers fans a range of options that suit different capabilities. Simply follow this link to make your pledge.

Last season, through Pledgeball fixtures, Bears fans stepped up to the plate and pledged to save an amazing amount of more than 232, 747kg of carbon emissions, the same as taking over 50 cars off the road! This season we want to smash this target and see how much of an impact our fans can have in the fight against climate change.

To help with the effort this season we are offering Bears fans four dedicated Pledgeball fixtures throughout the season and with each pledge you make you will be entered into the season-long prize draw to win a signed shirt. The more fixtures fans pledge for, the more times they’re entered into the draw.

All eyes will be on Ashton gate on Friday night, but off the field we can’t wait to see what our fans can achieve.

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