Thanks for kit
MADAM - The PTFA at St Nicholas C of E Junior School is acquiring sponsorship for sports equipment. We would like to thank the following, who have started the ball rolling (excuse the pun!) in our fundraising quest.
MADAM - The PTFA at St Nicholas C of E Junior School is acquiring sponsorship for sports equipment. We would like to thank the following, who have started the ball rolling (excuse the pun!) in our fundraising quest. The Woodlands Hotel, Craig Morgan, Mark Smith and the Royal York and Faulkner Hotel for kindly contributing towards the purchase of a netball post, markings and new bibs.
The absence of these things has meant that, in the past, it has not been possible to play netball games on the school premises competitively with other teams. Now it will be possible for ladies and pupils to enjoy these new facilities.
We are now looking towards securing more sponsorship for the purchase of football and tag rugby kits. Again, it has never been possible for our school to play here or away as we have never had kits before. We appeal to local businesses and individuals to sponsor us. All donations will be very gratefully received as it will make it possible for many individuals in our community to become more active and hopefully help educate children in spending their time and energy on worthwhile activities. Thank you in anticipation of your support.
PTFA at St Nicholas C of E Junior School
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