Supporting the Club throughout 2022-2023
22-24 Main Sponsor
Kogie Naidoo - Executive director for Bath clinic, with Mike Armiger - Head coach of UBHRFC
The club is excited to be partnered with the Circle Bath Clinic sponsors for the next two years.
Bath Clinic is set in an area of outstanding beauty on the edge of the Bath Skyline. Bath Clinic at Claverton Down is renowned for providing excellent, and fast access to diagnosis and treatment for routine and complex conditions.
Their Values, ethos and commitment to the health community, are some of the many reasons why the club is proud to be partnering with them for the next two years.
Statement below from the Circle Bath clinic;
“Bath Clinic, part of the Circle Health Group, the UK’s largest national network of private hospitals and voted one of the Top 25 best big companies to work for, is delighted to be sponsors for United Bristol Hospitals RFC.”
“In 2022 we are celebrating 40 years of providing independent healthcare to our patients, providing the high quality, safe and compassionate care, our patients need and expect. Rated as GOOD by the CQC, we employ over 240 people at our Bath site, supported by a wealth of experience with Consultants, Doctors and Anaesthetist’s running their practises from the Clinic. We offer four theatres with pioneering technology including the Mako® robotic-arm, supported by a comprehensive Imaging Department with advanced CT and MRI facilities, and experienced chartered physiotherapists to treat a range of musculoskeletal conditions and sports injuries.”
“Bath Clinic acknowledge the commitment that it takes to join our profession, and so we are proud to sponsor a team made up of Medical, Dentistry and Veterinary students, dedicated to making a difference to our futures.”
We would like to extend our thanks to the Circle Bath Clinic for support and look forward to partnering with them for the foreseeable future.
Irwin Mitchell is unlike any other law firm. Nationally acclaimed, with a strong international capability, we offer a broad range of legal services to national and international organisations and institutions, small and medium-sized businesses and private individuals. The firm was founded in 1912 by Walter Irwin Mitchell. With a concentration on criminal law, he aimed to provide the highest quality legal services to the general public from his small legal practice in Sheffield.
Today, Irwin Mitchell is the 11th largest law firm in the UK with one of the five largest Private Wealth teams in the country, operating out of 14 UK offices including a consulting office in Middlesbrough. We currently employ over 2,500 members of staff, including over 1,000 legally trained personnel and have helped over one million clients in our 100 year history. The Business Legal Services division is also the fastest-growing area of the firm, with an increasing number of global, national and regional companies choosing to work with us. In 2012, we became one of the first companies to be approved as an Alternative Business Structure (ABS), allowing us to plan for growth and take advantage of the opportunities created by the changing legal landscape.
Irwin Mitchell have been involved in the club since 2017 and have contributed into making the club into what it is today.
The club has a historic past. It was founded towards the end of the last century by a group of sportsmen, including the great Dr. W. G. Grace, as a central point at which the city's various sporting personalities could meet.
They called it the Century Club, and limited the membership to 100.
A thriving sports club in the heart of Bristol, Sportsmans a.k.a the Bristol County Sports Club is the hub of social activity for the club. This where all post match food is served and where we partake in our social activities.
The club has been involved with Sportsmans since 2016 and our relationship has flourished over the years. Our captain's board hangs proudly in the pub alongside many shirts and club memorabilia.
Sportsmans have been great friends to the club and we hope this continues for many years to come!
Working in conjunction with Keith & Lesley Leaker of Imperial Sports, Work & Leisurewear, Macronstore Bristol showcases the exciting range on offer from Macron Technical Sportswear of Italy. Whilst specialising in Rugby & Football, we also offer an extensive range that covers Basketball, Netball, Hockey, Volleyball and Running. Our in-house embroidery and printing service affords you real flexibilty when designing and decorating your kit.
We have worked with Macron Bristol for two seasons now and couldn't be happier with the service and kit we've received. Ready to help at a moment's notice we look forward to continuing our partnership for years to come.
Off the Record
We believe that mental health is social and political as well as personal, so our approach embraces social action and tries to influence systems and policy.
We believe that in the face of contemporary diversity, all theoretical models are wrong, but all of them are useful. As a result, we build our team from diverse backgrounds, experiences and disciplines.
We believe that relationships are what make the difference - so our approach is fundamentally relational.
We believe in the power of networks, and so we emphasise peer relationships, professional partnerships and organisational collaboration in our approach.
We believe enabling young people starts with recognising their capabilities before their vulnerabilities, so our approach is fundamentally strengths based.
We believe participatory services are more sustainable than transactional ones, so young people play a large and active role designing, delivering and communicating our work - not just consuming it.
We believe what we do should be a vocation - and we love what we do! So our approach and team are full of enthusiasm, imagination, curiosity, and talent.
Cots for Tots
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St Michael's Hospital is the only unit in the South West region offering the highest level of care to critically ill and premature babies from Bristol, the South West region and South Wales.The hospital treats over 800 babies each year, from those born as early as 23 weeks, to babies requiring life-saving treatment and care when they are born at full-term.Our Cots for Tots appeal raises money to ensure the Unit is equipped with the latest pioneering medical equipment to help save lives and support the excellent care provided by the clinical teams at the unit.
Since 2010, Cots for Tots has funded millions of pounds worth of equipment, research, patient comforts and family accommodation.Cots for Tots also provides support to the Newborn Emergency Stabilisation and Transfer (NEST) Team. The NEST Team responds to emergency calls regarding critically ill and premature babies born throughout the South West region and South Wales and, once they have been stabilised, transports them promptly and safely to Bristol’s Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.Support is also provided to the Unit through our family accommodation, Cots for Tots House. You can find out more about our family accommodation and the difference it makes via the link below.