Wednesday, April 24, 2024

Lindum commits to supporting Lincolnshire Tennis for two more years

Lindum Group has made a significant investment in local sport by continuing its sponsorship of Lincolnshire Tennis until at least December 2024.

The decision means the future of county’s annual Festival of Tennis and end of season Awards Ceremony is secured for two more years.

Lindum has been the main sponsor of Lincolnshire Tennis since January 2018.  The support allows the organisation to funds programmes which are not covered by the Lawn Tennis Association.

John Copsey, Chairman of Lincolnshire Tennis said: “We are delighted the partnership with Lindum Group is to continue for at least a further two years. We are so fortunate to have found a main sponsor that fits in with our own ideals & ethos of our great sport.

“Since 2018, Lindum’s support has helped us to fund our programmes where the LTA don’t, providing greater support to our clubs, our coaches, our many players and our county teams. Two particular areas of support are the Lindum Lincolnshire & LTA Awards and the Lindum Lincolnshire Festival of Tennis. Banners promoting our partnership will also be provided for display over the coming weeks at all Lincolnshire registered clubs.”

Lincolnshire Tennis is the local volunteer arm of the Lawn Tennis Association (LTA) and supports the needs of 38 registered clubs and its many thousands of members across Lincolnshire, North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire.

David Chambers, Chairman of Lindum Group, said: “We are very pleased to be able to continue our support of Lincolnshire Tennis. Our company has a long-standing association with the sport, which is also a personal passion of mine.

“This partnership also reflects Lindum’s wider ambition of investing in our local communities and nurturing talent, a philosophy which underpins our training and apprenticeship programmes.

“We are pleased to be working with an organisation which not only provides today’s players with excellent facilities across Lincolnshire but also serves up a platform for the next generation of tennis stars.”

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