South London Special League

Registered Charity Number 1124629

Sebron Autostores Closes

It is with sadness I  heard that Sebron Autostores, New Cross, closed its doors for the last time last week, having been forced into administration.

Over the years Sebron Autostores, New Cross have been great supporters of South London Special League. They have helped us out with funding and have supplied us with trophies and raffle presents.  When we were struggling they were there for us.  The business belonged to Mick Nash and Jack and they were always committed to the work we do.

We are delighted to have received £30 from a collection made in the store. We  intend to use the money for our young women’s team, the South London Terriers. This will pay for some new equipment, especially ensuring we have appropriate footballs and kit to support our new visually impaired player from Tonbridge, Hollie Sayles.  who has impressed us hugely. She was presented with the Jack Petchey Achievement award at our Christmas Party last Tuesday 9th December.

The Sebron Trophy is an annual  award  to our Girls under 16 division, donated to SLSL five years ago. The girls division is especially significant to Mick, whose wife ran a really successul team for disabled girls in Kent.

I am hoping that next year. Mick will be able to come to present the trophy at the end of the season.

On behalf of SLSL I want to thank Sebron Autostores, both Mick and Jack, for their support, and hope that we will be able to continue our friendship for years to come! A visit to present your Trophy would be good!

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