Grant UK extends longstanding Partnership with Bath Rugby

Grant UK extends longstanding Partnership with Bath Rugby
Anna Wakefield, Head of Marketing at Grant UK, with Tom Giles, Head of Business Development at Bath Rugby

Excitement for the new rugby season is building and Grant UK is pleased to confirm that it is extending its Partnership with local team, Bath Rugby. Not only is Grant UK continuing as an Official Partner of Bath Rugby and will again feature on the players’ shirts, but they will also now be the Official Sustainability Partner and Grassroots Partner of Bath Rugby for 2023/24 and 2024/25 as well.

Since 2015, Grant UK has been proudly supporting Premiership Rugby Club, Bath Rugby. Over the years, the Company has developed its relationship with the Club, not only supporting the players on the pitch but also working together away from game-days to raise awareness of sustainability and the changes both the Club and its supporters can make to reduce their impact on the environment. Ahead of the new 2023/24 season, Grant UK is furthering its commitment to Bath Rugby by becoming their Official Sustainability Partner.

In addition to supplying award-winning heating products, including air source heat pumps and HVO biofuel ready boilers, Grant UK also places significant emphasis on education. From homeowners through to heating engineers, Grant UK invests in training and online resources which focus on informing customers about the different types of low carbon solutions that are available to heat homes as well as the smaller energy efficiency measures households can adopt to reduce their carbon footprint. As their Official Sustainability Partner, Grant UK hopes to not only support Bath Rugby as it continues towards a greener future with their new stadium, but also to help their supporters make the right choices for their homes as well.

Following last year’s Kick the Carbon campaign, which Grant UK launched with Bath Rugby, both now want to build upon the awareness that this fun-filled initiative generated. As Bath Rugby’s Official Sustainability Partner, Grant UK will be helping the Club as it makes additional changes at the Rec and Farleigh House to increase the use of renewable energy and implement more eco-friendly processes throughout its day-to-day operations. Grant UK is also excited that it will be spreading the message about sustainability to future generations as the Company is also becoming an Official Grassroots Partner of Bath Rugby for the next two seasons working with local schools to raise awareness of climate change and how we can work together to lower carbon emissions.

“Our partnership with Bath Rugby has strengthened year after year with this upcoming season marking yet another exciting chapter as Grant UK also becomes the Club’s Official Sustainability Partner and Grassroots Partner,” comments Anna Wakefield, Head of Marketing at Grant UK. “Making more environmentally friendly decisions to work towards Net Zero carbon targets is something we can all do, whether it be at a business level or as an individual. We are looking forward to supporting Bath Rugby as they embark on the next phase of their sustainability journey as well as raising the profile of improving home energy efficiency amongst the Bath Rugby fans and local community. We are also incredibly excited to be featured on the shirt of the new Castor kit this season which both the players and supporters alike are eagerly awaiting.”

“Everybody at Bath Rugby is delighted to extend our partnership with Grant UK,” comments Tom Giles, Head of Business Development at Bath Rugby. “It has been a pleasure to play a small part in their growth over the past 8 years and we look forward to extending this valued relationship. It’s great to be working with a local business who are completely aligned to the Club’s ambitions, both on and off pitch. We would like to thank the senior management at Grant UK for their continued support and look forward to working with them as we embark on this new multi-year partnership”

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