Rugby: Saffron Walden benefit from new sponsorship deal

PUBLISHED: 09:37 16 October 2018 | UPDATED: 09:37 16 October 2018

Saffron Walden Rugby Club coaches in their new kit

Saffron Walden Rugby Club coaches in their new kit


Saffron Walden Rugby Club are benefitting from a new two-year sponsorship deal with Taylor’s Service Centres in Great Dunmow and Ridgeon’s Builders Merchants.

The money will fund new kit for the junior team coaches, as well as offer overall support to the club.

And chairman Ian McKernan said: “The kit is very much appreciated and provides an identity amongst the coaches, as well as assuring we stand out from the crowd.

“We would all like to extend our thanks to Taylor’s Service Centres and Ridgeon’s for their generosity and support.”

Taylor’s Service Centres are active in the community, with over 30 years of experience in vehicle service, maintenance and repair in North Essex.

Ridgeon’s is a fourth generation family owned business and one of the UK’s largest independent timber and builders merchants, with 25 brances in east England.

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