Bewley Homes came to the rescue recently of Mortimer West End Cricket Club in Hampshire when it made a donation to complete the fundraising for an essential piece of machinery.
The club, based near Reading, were able to complete the purchase a much-needed new roller after an extensive fundraising campaign left them £600 short.
Bewley Homes, based near Tadley, was only too pleased to help, as Andrew Brooks, Managing Director at Bewley Homes, explained: “We totally understood how important this new piece of machinery would be to the club and were delighted to support the cause. Bewley has been supporting local community groups, clubs, schools and charities in the local area and further afield for over 30 years and will continue to do so where we can.”
Chairman of Mortimer West End Cricket Club, Andrew Williams, said: “We can’t thank Bewley Homes enough for this donation which has enabled us to buy a new roller so our members can continue to play on excellent pitches in the future, and our groundsman now has a machine he can rely on!”
Bewley has also sponsored Tadley Youth FC this year with a donation which paid for new kits for many of the junior teams.
Pictured: left Bewley Homes’ Land Director Geoff France and sitting, Robert Hodson from Mortimer West End Cricket Club