24 Aug Morganstone secure Brewery Field naming rights
Bridgend Ravens are delighted to announce that Morganstone have reached an agreement with the club over the naming rights for the Brewery Field on a two year deal.
Based in South Wales, Morganstone specialises in the production of high-quality development solutions for housing associations, public sector bodies, local authorities and private developers. They are also a long standing sponsor of our region, the Ospreys and the deal reiterates their commitment to rugby in the region. The Brewery Field will be renamed the Morganstone Brewery Field from immediate effect.
Morganstone place an important focus on development of their staff and local businesses, a value shared by Bridgend Ravens, and will be using the facilities at the Morganstone Brewery Field to host local companies on match days throughout the season.
Westacres, part of the Morganstone group, will feature on the front of the new Bridgend Ravens home and change Canterbury playing jerseys for the next two seasons as part of the deal. Westacres buy xanax on craigslist will shortly start work near Bridgend, launching an exclusive development of five detached homes in Ewenny at Priory Gardens.
Brewery Field Match Day Stadium Manager Robin Thomas said, ‘We’re very excited to have secured a partnership with Morganstone for the naming rights of the Brewery Field. As a business, they share many of the same values as ourselves, such as development, and we’re looking forward to working with them over the next two seasons and beyond.’
Ian Morgan, Managing Director of Morganstone commented, ‘Morganstone are delighted to further our relationship within the Ospreys region and the region by committing to this investment with Bridgend Ravens who share our community engagement philosophy. Bridgend has a long and prestigious history within Welsh rugby and that is something that we are very proud to be associated with.’
Based in South Wales, Morganstone specialises in providing high quality development solutions for housing associations, public sector bodies, local authorities and private developers.