Thatchers Cider renews partnership with Somerset County Cricket Club

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Somerset CC Team shot Thatchers 11th April 2018

Thatchers Cider have announced that they have renewed their agreement with Somerset County Cricket Club, continuing as Official Cider Partner for a further three years.

This new deal is an extension of the current agreement which has seen Thatchers and Somerset County Cricket work together on many exciting ventures over the last six years.

The Thatchers Terrace is the balconied area situated on the second floor of the impressive Somerset Pavilion, which gives members and hospitality parties the chance to enjoy the cricket from an unrivalled vantage point with spectacular views of the surrounding Somerset countryside.

Thatchers benefits from exclusive cider pouring rights at the Cooper Associates County Ground, a day’s coaching session for young players plus continued social media activities and competitions for supporters.

Head of Commercial Partnerships at Somerset CCC, Guy Wolfenden said: “Everyone at the Club has thoroughly enjoyed working with Thatchers over the last few years. They have grown to be a national brand, yet at the heart of everything they do is a passion for Somerset, supporting their local roots.

“Cricket and cider are integral parts of any summer and we are looking forward to another three fantastic years of working with Martin and his team.”

Martin Thatcher, fourth generation of the family run cidermaker said, “We have built up a very strong and loyal relationship with Somerset County Cricket since we first started working together back in 2012.

“We love being a part of the club’s extended family, sharing their commitment to the county, striving for the very best, and taking a pride in their roots. We look forward to another three years of successful partnership together.”

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