Posted on 20th October 2016
The Burgess Hill Academy PE department is keen to buy some new football kits for the new school.
We are looking to get a boys kit and a girls kit to fit years 7-9. The schools teams regularly get in the later stages of the district cups and sometimes win them !.In addition, last year the year 7 girls team won the County Cup for the first time .
Help with this expense would be hugely appreciated and make a great photo / publicity opportunity. Should anybody or any company want to be the shirt sponsor can they please contact Mr Rob Vincent at the school firstname.lastname@example.org
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