The Wrekin Housing Trust Donates Football Kit to NSC Construction Students

The Wrekin Housing Trust Donates Football Kit to NSC Construction Students2

Plumbing Lecturer, Niclas Davies (L), and Plumbing student Ashley Holt (R) in the new kit with the Wrekin Housing Trust logo Oswestry College football kit

Construction students at North Shropshire College (NSC) have recently been given a donation of a football kit by The Wrekin Housing Trust; the Trust has also agreed to sponsor the team. The team is made up of Level 2 Plumbing and Bricklaying students who have been playing in matches since 2014; they had been struggling to get a kit to identify themselves as the Construction Department of NSC.

The Wrekin Housing Trust Donates Football Kit to NSC Construction Students1Niclas Davies, Plumbing lecturer at NSC, commented ‘I am pleased with the look of the new kit, using the College’s new colours. I am also extremely grateful to The Wrekin Housing Trust for their donation; the lads are looking forward wearing the kit at their first match against NSC’s Sport Department later this month.’

Sarah Bradshaw from The Wrekin Housing Trust commented ‘We’re really pleased to support the local College in an area where we already have, and are developing more, affordable homes for local people. The team will look really smart in the new kits and we hope to continue and expand our relationship with local clubs and businesses in the area.’

For more information about courses in construction or to apply, please go to www.nsc.ac.uk. You can also contact the College Admissions Team on 01691 688080, or email admissions@nsc.ac.uk.

About Association of Colleges West Midlands

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