New kit for Taverham Football Club thanks to donation from Anglian Home Improvements

Members of the Taverham Football Club under 8s team which has a new training kit thanks to a donatio

Members of the Taverham Football Club under 8s team which has a new training kit thanks to a donation from Anglian Home Improvements. Picture: Sent in by McCann PR and Social - Credit: Sent in by McCann PR and Social

Budding football players will have a fresh new look on the pitch thanks to a generous donation from a national company.

Taverham Football Club's under 8s team has a new training kit after a £350 donation from Anglian Home Improvements.

Under 8s team coach Leon Huckle said: 'Taverham FC encourages youth teams, including local boys and girls, to train and compete in a sport they enjoy.

'We are proud to have a variety of teams and age groups on board as we approach the start of another exciting season.

'The support from businesses such as Anglian Home Improvements means we can continue to support younger members of the community to fulfil their aspirations to regularly play football.

'We are all thankful to Anglian Home Improvements for its generous donation. The team will certainly look the part on the pitch when training.'

Taverham FC has a long and successful history of developing youth football in Norfolk.

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With 25 teams ready for the 2017/18 season, it has over 550 boys and girls representing the club between the ages of six and under and 16 and under, playing in the Norfolk Combined Youth Football League and the Norfolk Women's and Girls Football League.

Mark Ottaway, managing director for Anglian Home Improvements London North and East Anglia, said: 'As a company we are passionate about showing our support for the local community, so we thought it was only fitting to support Taverham FC. It is fantastic to see the team sporting the Anglian Home Improvements logo and we wish them the best of luck for their season ahead.'

Taverham FC is based at Hinks Meadow off Kingswood Avenue, Taverham, on the outskirts of Norwich.

For more information about the club, follow @taverhamfc on Twitter like the club on Facebook or visit in 1966, Anglian Home Improvements now employs 5,000 people across the country.

It has its headquarters in Norwich and has more than 50 years of experience of providing uPVC double-glazing windows.

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