Weddington Sports Junior Football Club scores new kit from Taylor Wimpey
We recently joined forces with Taylor Wimpey West Midlands to offer Weddington Sports Junior Football Club a £1,000 sponsorship for a fresh kit. In amongst the smart navy and black home strip, the Taylor Wimpey logo now takes centre stage on the Under 10's new kit.
Commenting on the donation James Edmonds, Club Chairman at Weddington Sports JFC said: "We are really grateful for Taylor Wimpey's support and we cannot thank them enough for their generous donation of £1,000 towards the Under 10's kit. The boys were in much need of this, so everyone was over the moon when they heard the news."
Anne Wallace, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands, commented: "I'm glad to hear that our joint donation with Taylor Wimpey West Midlands has been put to good use, the new kit looks incredibly smart and I hope the team enjoy showing it off."
Time capsule gives youngsters a link to the future
Children from a primary school in Nuneaton, Warwickshire, have created a snapshot of life in 2017 for future generations to discover at our Milby Hall at The Farm development.
Milby Primary School teamed up with us for a time capsule project, which saw pupils fill a container with memorable items and bury it at our new homes development, off Weddington Road.
The capsule, donated to the school by our Midlands business unit, was buried at the development, where 10 pupils in total – two children from each year group – as well as the headteacher, Melanie Aley, the longest serving teacher, Sue Bland and a school governor witnessed the ceremony. Pupils had the opportunity to take home Taylor Wimpey hard hats and vests as souvenirs from the event.
The time capsule contained a Nokia mobile phone, a Rubik’s Cube, a watch, photographs and a newspaper, plus a copy of ‘A Day in a Life at Milby Primary School’, a book made by a Key Stage 2 student, to be stowed away underground for a new generation to discover in years to come.
Anne Wallace, Sales and Marketing Director for Taylor Wimpey Midlands, says: “As a considerate and responsible housebuilder, we’re keen to build strong relationships with the communities where we build, so we were really pleased to welcome the pupils and staff from Milby Primary School to Milby Hall at The Farm for the time capsule burial.
“The children have done a wonderful job filling the time capsule with memorable items, and the project is a great way for them to reflect on what life is like today and how the world might have changed by the time their capsule is discovered.”