News: Sponsor Kit for Successful Teams

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   rvincent@theburgesshillacademy.org.uk

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