SES Business Water are delighted to announce that local football team Sittingbourne FC have scooped the top prize in their Pick’n’Fix competition. Sittingbourne FC entered the competition in the hope of securing the funds they desperately needed to make some repairs to their clubhouse, with the changing room showers as their top priority. As the competition winners, they won £1,000 to treat the team along with a Watertight for Winter makeover, providing them with some essential repair services from one of our expert engineers.
Our pledge to Sittingbourne FC
We recently visited Sittingbourne FC’s clubhouse to present the team with the prize money and carry out the repairs they had chosen. Our engineer discovered that two of the changing room showers were constantly running and immediately got to work to shut them off, which should reduce the club’s water bill considerably. The showers need extensive repairs that we weren’t able to carry out in a single day, but we have pledged to work with Sittingbourne FC to bring them back to good working order. We’ll provide our time and resources at cost so that their prize money goes as far as possible. Sittingbourne FC are truly deserving winners, and we were glad to hear that they were really pleased with the prize. Danny Appleton, a committee member of Sittingbourne FC, said, “We’ve been fundraising to make some essential improvements to the clubhouse for a while now, so the money will come in really useful. SES Business Water have gone the extra mile – they’ve already carried out fixes in the clubhouse as part of the prize and they will be helping us to do more repairs”. - See more at: https://t.co/UximVWPZMD
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