YORKSHIRE school children are the latest to benefit from an independent estate agent’s growing programme of support for its local communities.
Dale Edison is backing a £50,000 fund-raising campaign launched by parents to create a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) at Guiseley Primary School, between Leeds and Bradford.
It would add an extra dimension to facilities by giving the youngsters access to more sporting activities all-year-round.
As the primary school has two entry forms, it has a growing need for an all-weather, multi-sport surface. This would help the children keep active by enjoying sports and outdoor activities.
With £33,000 already raised, the school is now in its own race to collect the remaining £17,000 as soon as possible so building work can start as early as this September.
To help them get over their finishing line, the good sports at Dale Eddison have now pledged to donate £100 to the appeal for every home sold through its Guiseley office at 115-117 Otley Road.
To find out more, look out for the special flyers being distributed throughout the local community, or call its team on 01943 873613; or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo shows Jeremy Barraclough, Dale Eddison’s Branch Manager for Guiseley, and Headteacher Sally Buckton, join Guiseley Primary School pupils to launch the link-up.
"It would add an extra dimension to facilities by giving the youngsters access to more sporting activities all-year-round"
Jeremy Barraclough - Dale Eddison, Guiseley
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