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Bees in the Community Programme Launched

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Bracknell Bees logo The Bracknell Bees have launched a joint community fundraising initiative known as the Bees in the Community (B-I-C) Programme. The scheme will give local schools, Scout troops, Guides, Cadets, sports clubs and other youth and community groups the opportunity to fundraise for their organisation while enjoying the action packed family atmosphere of a Bees game.

With more than 75 organisations and over 4,000 people of all ages having attended Bees games as part of group parties over the past two years, the club has formalised the programme to continue to promote the Bees while giving something back to the community. As well as the split revenue tickets, the package also includes group photos, on-ice presentations and autographs from the players.

Bees Chairman Andrew Cross had this to say about the programme’s launch. “I’m really excited to launch the B-I-C programme as it will really generate excitement for ice hockey in local schools and in the wider community. With the success that we’ve already had in attracting groups to the Bees games we felt the launch of a programme to be a logical step, and one that will hopefully pave the way for many more families to experience our great sport”.

Interested groups should contact the club via www.bracknellbees.co.uk for more information and bookings.

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