CELEBRATING 30 YEARS IN THE COMPRESSED AIR INDUSTRY
Precision Pneumatics was proud to sponsor a Sportspersons’ Evening staged by the Liverpool-based charity Health Through Sport.
The company has been a long-standing supporter of Health Through Sport, which was founded by former Everton player Ronny Goodlass. The charity provides football coaching to disadvantaged young people and supports other vulnerable members of the community, including homeless people, people with addiction issues and ex-offenders. Health Through Sport achieves this by providing educational and vocational courses which provide tangible qualifications whilst also stretching candidates physically and mentally.
The charity’s latest event took place on 11th May at the Devonshire House Hotel and was a tribute to the legendary former Everton and Wales goalkeeper, Neville Southall. Precision Pneumatics was the headline sponsor of the event, which included a charity auction of Everton-themed memorabilia and a set from the comedian Mick Miller.
The evening also marked the presentation of the inaugural Howard Kendall Achievement Award. This is a new annual initiative which enables Health Through Sport to recognise those who have made an impact in the community and on the lives of local people. The prize was presented by Lily Kendall to the Mayor of Liverpool, Joe Anderson.
Precision Pneumatics Director, Julie Prescott, observed that “Precision Pneumatics has always been a business which supports good causes, particularly when they do as much good locally as Health Through Sport. We were delighted to be part of a wonderful evening and look forward to strengthening our links with the charity moving forward.”
To find out more about why Precision Pneumatics is trusted by businesses across the North West of England and North Wales to keep their compressed air systems running efficiently, contact us today.
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