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A junior football club in March that were supported by The Nottingham when their goals were stolen earlier this year are receiving further backing from the building society.'Branch staff have organised a raffle ' with a signed Nottingham Forest shirt the star prize ' to raise funds for''March Rangers, having previously helped replace the goalposts as well as providing the junior outfit with kit.''Building society manager David Boyce and customer adviser Carrie-Anne Johnson also recently attended a local''football tournament to cheer on the team too.''David said: 'It was great to go along and watch the girls play ' this year they have truly had to work together to''overcome obstacles. Their willpower, and the support of the club's volunteers, is truly admirable.'''I am so pleased that here at The Nottingham we are able to be part of the force for good in the town. This is''what communities are made of ' people with a common goal and a supportive local business playing our part.'''Anyone wanting to purchase a r
A junior football club in March that were supported by The Nottingham when their goals were stolen earlier this year are receiving further backing from the building society.'Branch staff have organised a raffle ' with a signed Nottingham Forest shirt the star prize ' to raise funds for''March Rangers, having previously helped replace the goalposts as well as providing the junior outfit with kit.''Building society manager David Boyce and customer adviser Carrie-Anne Johnson also recently attended a local''football tournament to cheer on the team too.''David said: 'It was great to go along and watch the girls play ' this year they have truly had to work together to''overcome obstacles. Their willpower, and the support of the club's volunteers, is truly admirable.'''I am so pleased that here at The Nottingham we are able to be part of the force for good in the town. This is''what communities are made of ' people with a common goal and a supportive local business playing our part.'''Anyone wanting to purchase a r

A junior football club in March that were supported by The Nottingham when their goals were stolen earlier this year are receiving further backing from the building society.

Branch staff have organised a raffle – with a signed Nottingham Forest shirt the star prize – to raise funds for March Rangers, having previously helped replace the goalposts as well as providing the junior outfit with kit.

Building society manager David Boyce and customer adviser Carrie-Anne Johnson also recently attended a local football tournament to cheer on the team too.

David said: “It was great to go along and watch the girls play – this year they have truly had to work together to overcome obstacles.

“This is what communities are made of – people with a common goal and a supportive local business playing our part.”

Anyone wanting to buy a raffle ticket should pop along to The Nottingham, which is at 39 Broad Street, PE15 8TP. The winners will be drawn at this year’s March Summer Festival.



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