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Judy Murray was the latest celebrity to take part in a Holyrood PR organised photocall.
The tennis coach and mother of British No1 seed Andy, showed up to show support for an initiative which aims to eradicate tennis’ elitist status by providing coaching to children in Perth, thanks to a £1000 donation from our client CALA Homes.
Perth based Scottish Tennis Holidays offer coaching, equipment and scholarships to youngsters who may not otherwise get a chance to discover the game.
For more than 19 years the club has been providing tennis coaching, weeklong tennis and multisport courses in and around Perth – located at Kinnoull Tennis Club, Perth, one of the leading clubs in the North County.
Now thanks to the donation from luxury homebuilder, CALA Homes, the club hopes to deliver tennis coaching to more of the schools within the area, and in particular, those who have never been introduced to tennis before.
Sarah Stanger, Director of Sales and Marketing at CALA Homes East, is delighted to help sponsor the sports club – and is hopeful the funding from CALA will help to make a substantial difference.
“When we discovered Scottish Tennis Holidays we knew immediately it was an initiative we wanted to support.
“The club promotes strong community togetherness and that is an ethos we certainly have In common here at CALA.
As well as liaising with photographer’s, camera crews and reporters from Scotland local and national media, our own photographer was on hand to snap the creative PR photography that we love to tell stories with