Wind Farm Lights Up Local News

by Laura Berry

Monday, October 14th, 2013

02 OCT Cumnock Chronicle P32 CROPNews of a donation from Banks Renewables which has enabled a local football team train after dark, has hit the local headlines in East Ayrshire reaffirming the firms commitment to working with local communities.

The Hamilton-based firm made a donation of £900 to Netherthird Amateur Football Club to buy a set of floodlights, which will be used during training sessions every week at Netherthird Playing fields.

Neil Gibson, secretary at the club is delighted with the donation and has praised the efforts of  the renewable firm for investing in the local community and the team.

The full article appeared in the Cumnock Chronicle and was secured as part of a media relations campaign carried out on behalf of Banks Group by Holyrood Partnership.

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