7 September 2017
Goadsby are continuing their support of the AFC Bournemouth Community Sports Trust and will remain official partners of the Trust as well as sponsoring their popular Citizenship and Respect Project for the season.
Their 2017/18 pledge means that the leading residential and commercial estate agency and property service provider are into their fourth season of supporting the project.
As well as selling and letting residential and commercial property across Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire, Goadsby are celebrating their 60th anniversary this year.
David Errington, Goadsby CEO said: "In 2018, Goadsby turns 60. This special year has been reached due to our staff’s ability to act with professionalism and respect and build long term relationships.
"We therefore wholeheartedly endorse the Club’s Community Trust efforts in teaching children in the local Schools about considerate behaviour and look forward to working with the team throughout the next 12 months."
By supporting the project, Goadsby are helping the CST use young people’s love for football to encourage good behaviour at school, home, in sport and within the community.
The project is split into two 30-minute sessions with an interactive class lesson followed by a practical session – it’s been a huge hit with local schools in the past few academic years and the club’s partnerships executive Amy Marks said: “AFC Bournemouth’s Community Sports Trust do a fantastic job in engaging with local schools and community groups in Bournemouth and Poole so having the continued support from a leading local Estate Agent is fantastic.
“We are really excited to be continuing our partnership with Goadsby and look forward to working together in delivering the popular project for the 2017/18 campaign.”