ALEXANDERS ARE PROUD TO SUPPORT NWLSSP

Alexanders estate agents of Ashby-de-la-Zouch are excited to announce a new partnership with North West Leicestershire School Sports Partnership (NWLSSP).

The NWLSSP supports 43 schools across North West Leicestershire by providing pupils with high quality PE, sport and physical activity. The independent, family run firm has made a commitment to the NWLSSP throughout 2017/18 with a donation for every property sold through its Ashby branch.

Tom Smith, Senior Partner at Alexanders said: “The opportunity to support sport in local schools through the NWLSSP is superb. Growing up locally sport was a massive part of my school life, and is something that in my opinion can be very overlooked today. The work undertaken by the NWLSSP gives our local children the opportunity to participate and compete in a whole host of sports and activities.”

Each donation will support the NWLSSP Leadership Academy, responsible for training and deploying over 250 young sports leaders each year and providing them with vital skills and experiences that will help them as they seek employment or higher education opportunities in later life.

Stuart Johnson, Director of Sport and Community Development at NWLSSP said: “We’re delighted to be working with Alexanders.  There is clearly a commitment on their behalf to help us create and sustain opportunities for local young to take part in high quality PE, sport and physical activity.  The additional support this agreement will bring will allow us to give more young people opportunities to gain sports leadership qualifications and increase the numbers in our Leadership Academy.”

Alexanders opened their fourth office at 12 The Green in March of this year. The company specialises in residential sales, land and development and has recently launched a fully managed lettings service.

Tom Smith added: “Since opening the doors to our new branch in Ashby-de-la-Zouch the response we have received from the town has been overwhelming. As an independent firm I feel strongly that we should support our local community and have made a commitment to give back through the NWLSSP.”