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Fenland First Aid Services have confirmed their commitment to grassroots sport by funding the purchase of a new playing kit for Hampton FC's Under-18 ladies team, providing each player with a jersey, shorts and socks, which will displays the clubs new badge and the Fenland First Aid Services logo.
Fenland First Aid Services are already assisting sports clubs in many ways, from supply of first aid kits to Emergency Aid Training to Event First Aid Cover. They also provide a range of workplace first aid training courses to ensure compliance with the Health & Safety At Work Act.
The Hampton Under-18 Ladies are looking to keep the momentum going from the previous season as they move into Under-18s football with an opportunity to win a quadruple. The girls first trip in the new kit is to participate in the Norway Cup in Oslo, before they return to start their league pre-season schedule.
Manager of the Under-18 Ladies, Steve Purnell said: "The enthusiasm for support of our team from Fenland First Aid has been fantastic. They are increasingly working with sports clubs providing, first aid kits, training and event support and it is nice to see them giving something back in return."
All squad places in the Under-18 Ladies team are taken, but the club also has girls only squads from Under-9 upwards and you will find more details on their website at www.hamptonfc.co.uk.
Photo: Hampton FC Under-18 Ladies with Deborah Slator from Fenland First Aid.
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