Friday, October 22, 2021

Beal-backed training kit is pitch perfect for Lincolnshire youngsters

Family-run Beal Homes is backing a Lincolnshire children’s football team, helping to inspire and motivate children through sport as well as supporting the local community.

The award-winning housebuilder has sponsored Welton Under 10s Arrows’ new training kit, including tracksuits, for the players as well as three adult volunteers who run the team.

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, less than 30 minutes’ drive away.

Welton Under 10s Arrows’ 28-match season in the Lincolnshire Co-Op Mid Lincs County Youth Football League is now underway with the youngsters taking on teams across the county, as far afield as Boston, on a weekly basis.

Beal’s support for the team reaffirms the housebuilder’s commitment to making a difference to the local community in the areas where it has developments.

Welton Under 10s Arrows joint manager and parent Chris Smith, whose nine-year-old son Owen plays in the team, said: “We’re delighted with the support from Beal Homes. There is a real sense of community within the Beal business and that’s exactly what we’re trying to achieve within our club.

“The community in Welton is very child-friendly and our club is family-orientated. Support like this shows Beal has the same values.

“Some of our players even live in the new Beal houses in Welton and so will some of our future players. They’re all delighted to wear their Beal branded training kit with pride.”

Roxy Williams, Beal Sales Executive at Bishop’s Green, said: “We’re keen to support the local community in the areas where we have developments as much as we can.

“That’s why we’re delighted to support Welton Under 10s Arrows as they continue to go from strength to strength with wonderful support from dedicated volunteers.

“They all look fantastic in their new kit and we’re really pleased our sponsorship is helping the team.”

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