Beal Homes has renewed its backing for a Lincolnshire children’s football team, furthering its commitment to the local community.
The family-run business initially sponsored Welton Under 11s Arrows last year, covering the cost of their new training kit, including tracksuits, for the players and three adult volunteers who run the team.
Now, Beal is sponsoring the team’s full playing kit, including branded shirts.
Beal has two of its most popular developments in Lincolnshire – Bishop’s Green in the village of Welton, near Lincoln, and Somerby Croft in Gainsborough – with the much-anticipated Thonock Vale, also in Gainsborough, now selling.
Welton Under 11s Arrows assistant manager and parent Chris Smith, whose 10-year-old son Owen plays in the team, said: “It’s great to have Beal’s continued support. The business has shown real commitment to us and that’s something we also like to do with our players on and off the field.
“The boys look the part with an excellent sponsor on the kit and they’re proud to wear it. This kind gesture shows Beal’s fantastic support within the community and helps give something back, as we do as volunteers.
“Commitment to the community is a value that businesses should uphold and Beal is setting a great example by supporting us.”
Welton Under 11s Arrows, who train at Welton Manor Park Sports Centre every Thursday, are currently competing in the Mid Lincs County Youth Football League.
Jamie Barrington, Beal’s Sales Operations Manager, said: “We’re delighted to continue our sponsorship of Welton Under 11s Arrows and it’s great to see the team looking so smart in their new kit.
“We’re passionate about giving back and supporting the communities we build in and we hope the team has a fantastic and successful season.”
Beal’s Bishop’s Green development in Welton, set against a backdrop of stunning Lincolnshire scenery, has released its final plots with just a handful of homes remaining.
Thonock Vale, Beal’s most recent Lincolnshire development, includes a collection of two, three and four-bedroom homes, in the popular market town of Gainsborough. It follows the outstanding success of Beal’s nearby and fast-selling Somerby Croft development, which is now fully sold.
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