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“Due to the high level of collaboration and professional manner of the team as well as the quality of product delivered I am more than happy to recommend Saxonby”
“We have a long term relationship with Saxonby which is based upon their commitment to build new affordable housing and their ability to deliver high quality, energy efficient homes in our core areas”.
“ I found Saxonby very easy to work with during the pre- contract stages at Bridgwater Street, Whitchurch, where they took a very proactive and flexible approach, leading to a painless and quick route from inception to achieving an actual start on site. Saxonby were very professional whilst being a pleasure to work with, we look forward to working with them again in the future”
Saxonby to sponsor local cricket League
As part of its commitment to the local community Shrewsbury based Saxonby Ltd, which specialises in the delivery of affordable housing, has agreed to sponsor The Shrewsbury & District Evening Cricket league.
Established in 1978, The Shrewsbury & District Evening Cricket League is one of the most successful in Shropshire. Over the past three years the number of teams has increased from 27 to 41 with around 500 players participating each week. The popular President’s Cup competition and Presentation Evening have also been re introduced. The 2011 season starts on Tuesday 02 May.
Saxonby’s aim is to provide a stable financial basis and help contribute to the long term stability of the expanding league, give something back to the community as part of its corporate social responsibility and encourage young people away from anti-social behaviour into sport.
Saxonby director James Wood is captain of The Anchor pub team in Frankwell, Shrewsbury and the company is also its kit sponsor. He said: “We are delighted to help such a worthy cause which offers so many people the opportunity to participate in playing cricket. The league is exceptionally well run by a team of dedicated volunteers and we hope our sponsorship will provide financial security and the potential for the league to grow from strength to strength. Cricket encourages fair play, team work and self confidence, and makes a positive contribution to people’s personal development. It’s also great fun!”