Gladstone Brookes are pleased to announce the recent community work they have done with the Warrington Wolves Foundation. The foundation is the charity of the Warrington Wolves Rugby League club. The Wolves as we speak sit at the top of the Super League table and are the current Challenge Cup holders after winning the competition in 2009 and 2010. Whilst not many people may be familiar with Rugby League, Warrington is a “rugby town” attracting an average home crowd in excess of 10,000 per game.
Gladstone Brookes have purchased three season tickets from the club and donated these tickets to the foundation. These tickets will allow two deprived children to attend home games at the Wolves along with their parent/guardian courtesy of GB. It gives these children an opportunity to attend the biggest sporting event in the Warrington community, a privilege they may not have not normally been able to participate in.
Sales Manager Gary Watmough, (pictured with the Challenge Cup along with England international and Wolves captain Adrian Morley, and Australian superstar Matt King) says “It’s good to know that we have an opportunity to change children’s lives, even if it is only for one day. The experience the children will have attending the Wolves on match day will hopefully remain with them for a while.”
“Gladstone Brookes is a company who for years have been giving back to our clients. At present we are currently giving our clients the money back they are due from the banks that have mis-sold them their PPI. When the opportunity arose to give something back to local children in the community, Gladstone Brookes were eager to participate. Gladstone Brookes is a business that is as committed to the needs of the community, as it is to its customers.”
“It is easy at time to forget how lucky we are in life, and I hope that this small token from GB will be felt by many children in the community. This is just the start of our community work and hopefully we can find more successful charities like the Wolves Foundations to support.”
For details of the Warrington Wolves Trust please visit http://www.wolvesfoundation.com/