Bristol Rugby to host supporters' Q&A to answer concerns over Bristol City ground-share
BRISTOL Rugby are inviting their supporters to an open question-and-answer session to discuss concerns regarding the club’s future move to Ashton Gate or Ashton Vale.
With Bristol Rovers selling the Memorial Stadium to Sainsbury’s, Bristol announced last week that they will move in with Bristol City – with whom they share a majority shareholder in Steve Lansdown. The switch could happen as early as August 2014.
Many rugby supporters have understandable concerns regarding the move to the south of the city – and chief executive Steve Gorvett will be responding to those at a charity event next week.
Bristol’s players will pit their darts skills against a team of supporters at The Crown in Staple Hill on Wednesday, February 20. The Blackthorn-sponsored charity darts competition is being held to raise money for Shine Together – the cancer unit at Southmead Hospital.
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And from 7pm on the same evening, Gorvett will be taking supporters’ questions on the move to Ashton Gate or Ashton Vale.
“Bristol Rugby have a real say in this redevelopment,” said Gorvett. “We want to gauge the views of our fans and clarify any concerns, so that we can ensure that the project suits the club and our supporters.
“We intend to set up a voluntary supporters’ group to represent the views of Bristol Rugby fans throughout the stadium planning and building process.”
Bristol Rugby have highlighted the following issues as key topics of discussion: set-up of bars, available food outlets, the colour scheme of the redeveloped stadium, and the possibility of safe standing.