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Law firm kick-starts local football team’s season

Law firm kick-starts local football team’s season

A leading Chester law firm has thrown its weight behind local sports team Frodsham FC by sponsoring new kit and signing the club up to its unique Funds 4 Clubs scheme.
Walker Smith Way Legal has pledged its support by offering up nearly £500 to kit out the team while its funding scheme will help rack up additional funds for the club.
The Frodsham FC under 8’s sign-up marks the first partnership in the area and means the club will receive financial support to help buy new sports equipment.
Walker Smith Way Legal will make a donation to the team each time a club member or their family makes use of its legal services. The registered funding scheme is designed to help clubs solve their funding issues.
Walker Smith Way Legal’s Funds 4 Clubs programme, which has secured the support of British Olympic gymnast Beth Tweddle, has been a huge success since its launch in June. To date it has generated funds for sports clubs, arts and crafts groups, school PTAs and brownies and cubs.
Louise Purcell, who administers the scheme at the Nicholas Street based law firm, said: “At a time when activities clubs are in need of funding to help cover ever-increasing costs, our scheme provides much-needed financial support while backing young sporting talent.
“We are thrilled to add the under 8’s team at Frodsham FC to our growing arm of beneficiaries and the added bonus of kit will allow them to kick off the season in style.”
Under the scheme, if a club member or anyone associated with a registered club makes use of Walker Smith Way Legal’s services and quotes Funds 4 Clubs, the team will receive a donation between £10 and £150.
For more information on Funds 4 Clubs or to join, contact Louise Purcell on 0844 346 3048 or LPurcell@walkersmithway.com

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