A PROMINENT financial planning firm at the heart of a North Wales community has thrown its support behind a successful grassroots rugby club.
Celtic Financial Planning is the new sponsor of Mold RFC’s youth development squad, which is made up of two age grades (U18 and U17) and focused on preparing players for the senior set-up.
The company, based on the town’s Bromfield Industrial Estate, is renowned for its work across north east Wales and position as an employer with a strong community and social conscience.
A keen rugby fan, Director Rob Lewis was pleased to be able to supply the club with a financial boost, including new kits manufactured by Macron, supplier to Wrexham AFC and the Welsh Rugby Union team.
“We are delighted to be sponsoring the youth squad and to help the club as it has such a huge history in this area while having a positive impact on the lives of so many people of all ages,” he said.
“This is an important time for us as we approach five years in business, so we look forward to making further announcements that will benefit our staff, the community and the environment – given our commitment to sustainability – in the months ahead.”
Rob added: “We wish the team all the best for this season and will be cheering them on from the sidelines.”
Rhys Hellen, lead coach for the youth side at Mold RFC – currently flying high in the North and Mid Wales Youth League – thanked the award-winning business for “making such a difference” on and off the pitch.
He said: “The new jerseys and sponsorship they have provided makes a massive difference to the whole squad and who we play against.
“The new sizing was provided with the current squad in mind so immediately the boys feel more comfortable and ready for the games.
“Our old shirts did not fit correctly, and some players had to wear alternative jerseys which doesn’t portray the club or the squad in a positive way.
“It may be a little thing to some people, but it has given the squad a huge lift and other clubs have commented on how good our kits look.
“Not only does the branding and sponsorship hopefully help Rob and the team, but clearly it makes an impact wider than just Mold RFC.”
Meanwhile, Celtic Financial Planning continues to grow, with mortgage adviser Sammy Jo-Peace the latest to join their 13-strong workforce.
Plans are still in motion for a new north west Wales office – adding to their sites in Mold and London – and last year they won the Micro Firm Financial Adviser of the Year title at the illustrious MoneyAge Awards.
For more information on Celtic Financial Planning, visit www.celticfp.co.uk or follow @celtic_FP on social media.
Alternatively, you can attend the company’s latest client seminar on June 15 from 6.30pm at Saughton Hall, Sychdyn.