Salamander Pumps have become the latest in a growing list of businesses to throw their backing behind Moors in the Community’s impressive outreach support programme.
The company have pledged sponsorship to support Moors’ Youth Club delivery sessions which are being hosted in partnership with Spennymoor Youth & Community Association.
The support from Salamander Pumps will allow local children to enjoy the benefit of the latest equipment in sport delivery and help us provide enhanced options for youngsters to succeed in a sport they may have never previously had the opportunity to participate in.
Moors in the Community’s popular sessions also give local children the chance to use a safe space within Spennymoor where they can improve their social skills, meeting up with current friends and making new ones.
“This sponsorship will allow Moors in the Community to interact with neighbouring communities and further enhance the sessions being delivered in the surrounding area,” explained the Club’s Community Development Manager, Luke Cowie.
“Our goal is to become the premier provider of sport within County Durham, whether that is at local youth clubs or in nearby schools – we want to be the name that people are proud to be associated with and one that is renowned for providing the best service at the greatest value.
“Gareth and Dale from Salamander Pumps have been fantastic, and I can’t thank them enough for their support because it gives us the platform to grow further and make a big impact on even more local youngsters’ lives.”
Dale Robertson, Managing Director of Salamander Pumps, added: “We are very excited to be working with Spennymoor Town FC and Moors in the Community.
“We feel very strongly that the Moors Youth Club delivery sessions will highly benefit the local community by creating opportunities, whilst keeping youngsters active and interested in sport.
“As a North East company, it is fantastic to see initiatives like this one being put in place and we are keen to support it as much as we can.”
Currently, sessions run between 5pm and 6.30pm on Mondays for children between the ages of 5 and 12 at Tudhoe Community Centre. They include multi-sport delivery as well as arts and crafts all for as little as £1 per session.
On Wednesday evenings between 6pm and 8pm, we run sessions at Spennymoor Youth Centre for children aged between 11 and 16, and these mainly consist of sport delivery both indoors and outdoors for just 30p per session.
For more information on how to get involved, email [email protected]