Dronfield-based financial planners, Belmayne, are preparing to kick off a new season of support for the area’s young footballers.
Belmayne is continuing its relationship with Dronfield Town FC for a second year, having agreed a shirt sponsorship deal with the club’s U16 boys’ team.
The firm has close links with the football club through accounts manager, Laura Hayman, whose son, Charlie, joined Dronfield Town in 2019. His U16s team is looking forward to the new season, after suffering a number of injuries last year.
Laura said: “Charlie and his team mates look extremely smart in their new kit and are eager to lace up their boots and return to competitive football very soon. As parents, it is great to see the positive impact grassroots sport can have on our kids and I’d like to thank my colleagues at Belmayne for continuing to support an organisation that makes such a difference to the local community.”
Dronfield Town FC comprises 35 junior and adult football teams and more than 400 footballers from the local area, competing in ten different leagues. The club is run by volunteers and relies heavily on corporate funding.
Belmayne partner, Martin Birch, added: “We are really pleased to be renewing our association with Dronfield Town FC, which is thought of so highly by local residents, and to be supporting Charlie’s team once again, after a tough 2021/22 season. Grassroots sport has an important role to play in our community and we recognise local businesses have a responsibility to ensure volunteer organisations can continue their excellent work.”
For more information about Belmayne’s charitable and community activities, telephone (01246) 298181, visit www.belmayne-ifa.com or follow the firm on Twitter, @belmayneifa.