Bridgend Ravens agree Brewery Field licence deal

By Aled Thomas | 30/08/2014

Bridgend Ravens Rugby Football Club Ltd are delighted to announce that under a new Management Franchise Licence they will have full charge of the day to day running of the Bridgend Ford Brewery Field.

Norman Spain, Club Secretary of the Ravens has been appointed by the Ravens to be Stadium Manager of the historic home of rugby in Bridgend.

The Ravens will shortly be putting in place a number of exciting plans, including the re-opening of the hospitality boxes, and will be actively encouraging plans to make the Bridgend Ford Brewery Field a centre for the development of rugby in the Borough.

 The new arrangements will put the Club back in the position it was in ten years ago, allowing it to have complete control of its own destiny.  Bridgend Ravens are looking forward to working with its supporters, local schools, local rugby clubs and Bridgend County Borough Council in ensuring that the future of rugby in Bridgend is a positive one.

This is a massive boost for Bridgend Ravens. This ‘fresh start’ is allied with the resolution of the WRU and RRW agreement announced earlier this week. The future is looking extremely bright for the Ravens and for rugby in Bridgend.

 Bridgend Ravens Chairman, Derrick King, was ecstatic at the news. ‘This is fantastic news for Bridgend Ravens Rugby Club. This gives us a greater independence and allows us to put in place a long term strategy for the sustenance and growth of Bridgend Ravens Rugby Football Club.’

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