We are very proud to become Official Partners with Huddersfield Giants Community Trust and for the Trust to be our Official Charity for the next 12 months. The Trust does some great work within Huddersfield and its surrounding areas. Sports and education have been a fundamental part of my life and journey in establishing Bee Outdoor, I am extremely proud to be able to support a charity that is driving the importance of sports and education in the local community.
Managing Director, Alex Simpson, Bee Outdoor
As a family run company, our directors are all parents to young children and the ethos of the Huddersfield Giants Community Trust really fits in with our core values. As a company, we are passionate about Huddersfield as an area and the work that the Trust does in the community with children and young adults is fantastic. We are all incredibly honoured to be Official Partners of the Trust and we are looking forward to working together on a few projects in the coming months.
Managing Director, Sally Mitchell, The Maintenance Group (TMG)
We are very excited to become official partners with Huddersfield Giants Community Trust. We share some of the same values and it's great to work with an organisation as keen as we are in providing fun, enriching activities for children. We're especially pleased to be able to support The Zone in the development of the UK's first Buster Academy.
Marketing Director, David Pratt, Buster Bikes
We are very proud to become Official Partners with Huddersfield Giants Community Trust. The Trust does some great work within Huddersfield, and community is a big part of our ethos, so increasing our involvement with HGCT was a no brainer for us. We are incredibly excited by the opportunities this partnership creates, so watch this space
The Gym Group, Huddersfield
We know that being physically active is really important for young people and more needs to be done to enable girls, in particular, to be active. Programmes such as the England Talent Pathway are important in promoting opportunities for girls to take part in rugby. We are delighted to be supporting the England Talent Pathway Programme in promoting rugby league for girls in the region and look forward to working in partnership with Huddersfield Giants Community Trust.
Dr Kiara Lewis, Acting Head of Department of Allied Health Professions, Sport and Exercise, University of Huddersfield
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