Date: Thursday 04 October 2018
Cuddington and Sandiway Tennis club are putting £2000 towards futureproofing its grounds, thanks to a donation from our North West region. The contribution has been used to help refurbish the club’s two oldest courts, which reopened at a launch event this summer.
The club, established in 1928, has recently undertaken a major investment programme to update and improve its facilities for both club members and the public.
Kemper Booher, chairman of Cuddington and Sandiway Tennis Club, comments: “We’re a club with a long and proud history and we’re thrilled to be able to welcome new members to our refurbished courts, which, thanks to Taylor Wimpey’s donation, are now some of the finest tennis facilities in Cheshire.
“Having already secured funding from the Lawn Tennis Association to install state of the art LED floodlighting on our oldest two courts, we needed to find an additional donation which could be put towards renewing the court playing surface with state-of-the-art all-weather AstroTurf.
“When Taylor Wimpey reached out to us it was the perfect partnership and we could not be more thankful for their help.”
Stuart Craig, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey North West, comments: “We’ve worked with many community initiatives in the area while we’ve been building here and it’s a really wonderful environment to be a part of.
“This donation will make a big difference, not only to members of the club but to the wider community and we’re very pleased we’ve been able to create a lasting legacy through this donation.”