A-Plan Offer Continued Support During Covid-19

Platinum Partnership with A-Plan Insurance Continues.

We are delighted to announce that A-Plan Insurance, our Platinum Sponsor continues to support Oxford Harlequins RFC and the Quins Brookes Partnership.

A-plan have kindly agreed to continue with shirt sponsorship, a pitchside board and social media package. In addition, the company are offering an additional way for all of us to support the club.

Quins now benefits directly through a generous referral programme. Simply click through to A-Plan from their logo on the Homepage or the Sponsors page and choose an A-Plan policy. Alternatively call 01865 241 441 and quote ‘QUINS’. Either method will directly benefit the club.

A-Plan provides home insurance for over 150,000 clients, covering all kinds of homes and contents, from student apartments to houses and large estates. All branches have home insurance specialists, so they can help find you the cover that’s just right for you, your home and your possessions – at a great value price.

Should you ever need to make a claim their friendly advisors are here to help and support you every step of the process, with a great customer service guarantee.

Click the A-Plan logo today or give them a call for your next insurance policy.

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