Following the success of last years 'Grow a Tenner' scheme, we're back again encouraging everyone related to the club to join in and help us obtain some new grounds equipment in order to make the most of our fantastic new facilities.
Last year we managed to fund a complete repaint of the function room as well as a state of the art audiovisual system throughout the club, but this year our ambitions are even bigger. We're aiming for £5000 to allow us to buy 4 crucial pieces of equipment to allow everyone to get the best out of our facilities. Firstly a tractor mounted aerator which should allow us to efficiently drain all of the trouble areas on the grass pitches, allowing for more games to go ahead as well as better standing areas for spectators. Secondly we're after a ride-on outfield mower to keep our new outfield as pristine as possible. As well as this we're looking at a fine turf mower for the new cricket wickets and a new drag mat cleaner to allow us to keep the Astro's as clean and smooth as possible throughout the playing seasons.
Following the hard work of the groundsman Andy we're in a position where all pitches are playing as well as they ever have, but to maintain this it is essential we provide him with the right equipment to allow this to carry on.
As always however, there is a rather large but... This pot we're tapping in to has a limited timespan so we need to act fast!
Below is the link to follow to sign up and donate to the cause, it only takes 30 seconds of your time so we implore all club members and supporters to do so - every £10 donated comes back as up to £22.50 so this is a real opportunity to make a huge visible difference to our club.
We remind everyone if possible to ensure that they add the GiftAid settings onto the donation - it costs nothing to the donor and provides the club with a bonus £2.50 for every single donation.
Link to donate - https://localgiving.org/charity/timperley-sports-club/
For more information about the 'Grow a Tenner' scheme, please see here
Updated 10:36 - 3 Nov 2017 by Sam Brooks