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Lowestoft-based care homes group Kingsley Healthcare has agreed a sponsorship package with Wroxham FC

Lowestoft-based care homes group Kingsley Healthcare has agreed a sponsorship package with Wroxham FC.   A kit sponsorship deal, which will run for three seasons, was formally unveiled ahead of the Trafford Park based club’s fixture against Norwich CBS on Saturday.   Kingsley has agreed to pay £2,000 per season, rising to £3,000 in case of promotion, in exchange for its logo appearing on the first team’s home and away playing kit.   For this season, Kingsley has also agreed to advertise in the programme, to be main sponsor for one match day and to sponsor a player.   Kingsley CEO Daya Thayan said: “We are delighted to be supporting a club which is an important part of the community in Wroxham where we have one of our care homes, Heron Lodge.   “Some of our residents at Heron Lodge are looking forward to attending home matches.”   Wroxham chairman Lee Robson said: “It is fantastic we have agreed a three-year deal. We certainly want to develop the partnership.”


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