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Bristol firm PD&CL join as Academy News Partner

Bristol City are delighted to welcome PD&CL Building Services Ltd as the club's Academy and Development Squad News partner for the 2019/20 season.

The Bristol-based company delivers quality and cost effective construction, refurbishment and maintenance services, priding themselves on high standards of workmanship and a flexible approach to clients' requirements.

City supporters will already have noticed the firm's logo online and on the Academy pages within the new 2019/20 matchday programme with the hashtag #BuildingBristolCity.

Group Head of Commercial Caroline Herbert said: "I'm thrilled to welcome PD&CL Building Services Ltd on board and support their #BuildingBristolCity campaign. As a local construction company, they have supported grass-roots football in the South West for several years and they are a great fit for us as Bristol City's Academy and Development Squad News partner."

PD&CL specialities include commercial/industrial property refurbishment programmes, shop fitting, office refurbishments, new build construction, planned maintenance and other small works projects while always remaining trustworthy, committed and pragmatic in their approach.

Company Director Shaun Dance said: "PD&CL Building Services Ltd are really pleased to be supporting Bristol City FC Academy this year through its #BuildingBristolCity campaign. The ethos of the club in its development of the next future players is a value we support as it reflects our own attitude toward building our future work force through apprenticeships and continual staff development.

"We also enjoy supporting local grass roots teams in our area as we believe it is vital for local business to play a part in developing our future generations and providing opportunities for young people to play sport."

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