Established in 1966, the oldest junior football club in Bristol is hiring the recently launched Lansdown Stand to commemorate 50 years since the club first started as a single team in a local North Bristol Park.
The club now boast some of its own great facilities and has over 300 members where they start as young as four and play right through to the club’s newly added senior section.
The event is open to anyone aged 18+ who would like to celebrate the local football club’s long-term establishment and achievements, while spending an evening amongst club representatives and celebrity guests in the prestigious facilities at Ashton Gate.
“We are delighted to be celebrating the club’s 50th anniversary. It’s an achievement everyone associated with the club is extremely proud of,” said club chairman Jamie Andrews-Britton.
“The dinner and dance evening will be a fantastic occasion where various members of the community can come together to celebrate Bromley Heath’s achievements and the development of local amateur sport across Bristol.”
After costs, all proceeds generated from the evening will be shared between Bromley Heath, Bristol City Community Trust and Bristol Rovers Community Trust, all of whom will reinvest the funds back into the community to support the development of local grassroots sport.
Bristol City Community Trust’s Head of Operations Dan White said: “To keep a grassroot club running successfully for 50 years is a brilliant accomplishment and I must commend Bromley Heath for their tireless efforts.
“It’s a privilege to be supporting such an event and we wish the club the best of luck for the next 50 years!”
Tickets for the event are priced at £50 per person. Guests will be provided with a three-course meal, live music and a prestige auction. Corporate packages are also available.
To purchase a ticket for this event, please click here or call 07393 356 939.