Football club and company team up to support children’s hospice

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Sion Pritchard with charity fundraiser Bev Bradley and Kinmel Bay co-manager Leon Field and the club’s players and managers/coaches outside the PetPlace head office in their new set.

A North Wales pet retailer and a recently launched fitness company are new kit sponsors for platinum-accredited club FAW, which has more than 100 players across its junior, men’s and women’s squads.

And the three organizations will host fundraising events and activities throughout the season for Ty Gobaith and Hope House Hospices, including a sports and memorabilia auction next summer.

Sion Pritchard, group owner of Snowdon Holdings – which includes PetPlace and LVL5 Gyms Ltd – says the partnership will focus on Kinmel Bay FC’s work in the community and supporting the players’ health and wellness journey as ‘they’re aiming for promotion from the North Wales coast. Soccer League.

Rich Blake, Director of LVL5, Personal Trainer and Master Practitioner of Workplace Resilience and Wellness (WRAW MP), will also be on hand to provide advice and guidance on exercise, nutrition and lifestyle. healthy.

“We opened our headquarters in Kinmel Bay just over a year ago and already feel a strong connection to the people and businesses here,” Sion said.

“The work the club is doing in this area is amazing, for kids and adults of all ages, so we want to help them at grassroots level with their continued growth on and off the pitch.

“With LVL5 we will also be able to help with data monitoring and analysis, all of which I am sure will play a role in improving player performance in training and on match days. And together we will continue to support Hope House Hospices through fundraisers and events.

The club’s players and managers/coaches outside PetPlace HQ in their new kit.

Leon Field, co-manager of Kinmel Bay FC, added: “We thank PetPlace and LVL5 for their support and are delighted with this new partnership.

“The kit looks fantastic and is sure to turn a few heads this season. We are also delighted to champion Hope House and will do all we can to support what is an amazing local cause.

The new strip was unveiled at PetPlace headquarters on Tir Llwyd Enterprise Park, where the players and coaching staff were joined by Bev Bradley, head of fundraising for the charity.

She said: “We are very grateful and want to thank Sion, Leon and everyone involved in both organizations for this commitment.

“As a Silver Business Champion, PetPlace has done so much for the hospice, and we are confident that with the football club on board, we can do even more to continue providing first class life-saving respite care for children. of the region.”

Visit www.hopehouse.org.uk to find out more about Hope House Hospices.


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