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Viridor sponsors Bargeddie Colts Football Club

From Bargeddie Colts; Stuart Allardyce, Jimmy Docherty, and Andrew Chedumbrum, From Viridor; Jock Templeton, Natalie Long, Kerry McCluskey and John Prendergast.

Viridor, Scotland’s leading recycling and renewable energy company, is delighted to announce that it is sponsoring the Bargeddie Colts 06 team, the youth football club based near its Bargeddie site in North Lanarkshire. 

 The football club, which is formed of pupils under the age of 13, received the funding to purchase brand new football strips, which they showed off last Monday night (21 May 2018) during a league tournament at St Ambrose High School in Coatbridge. 

 Bargeddie Colts football coach, Stuart Allardyce, said: “In a small, rural community like Bargeddie, the local football team is a great way to get parents and children together and we were delighted to be able to show off the new kit on Monday night. I couldn’t be more proud of my team’s performance and we’re very grateful for Viridor’s support.”

 Jock Templeton, Collections Business Manager at Viridor, said: “We’re committed to supporting the local community and we couldn’t be happier to be sponsoring the Bargeddie youth football team, an important grassroots club that helps bring the community together.”

 

 

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