DONATIONS TO CHARITIES AND BCAFC
SHIPLEY BANTAMS RECENT DONATIONS OVER A 4 YEAR PERIOD.
PLAYER SPONSORSHIP...MARK MARSHALL x 2 - DOMINIC POLEON, RYAN McGOWAN, DYLAN MOTTLEY HENRY, JACOB BUTTERFIELD
PLAYERS HOME AND AWAY KIT...REECE WEBB-FOSTER,
NATHANIAL KNIGHT-PERCIVAL, RORY McARDLE, NATHAN CLARKE, DANNY DEVINE, JAKE REEVES, TYRELL ROBINSON
MAN OF THE MATCH SPONSORSHIP...COVENTRY CITY GAME,
SHEFFIELD UTD GAME, SALFORD.
BIG MATCH SPONSORSHIP...ACCRINGTON STANLEY,
PETERBOROUGH, BLACKBURN, DONCASTER, BARNSLEY, OLDHAM.
SPONSORSHIP OF THE LIGHTING RIG
MEMBERSHIP OF THE CENTURIONS CLUB 2 TICKETS IN LEGENDS SUITE ON MATCH DAYS
SCOREBOARD SPONSORSHIP...TEAM SHEET SPONSORSHIP
PURCHASE OF 15 SIGNED MATCH BALLS TO RAFFLE
1 SIGNED SHIRT TO RAFFLE
4 SEASON TICKETS DONATED BACK TO THE CLUBS #TEAM 20 CAMPAIGN
BRADFORD CITY WOMENS FC, 2 PLAYERS AND JACKET SPONSORS 2020/21
THIS ALL ADDS UP TO AROUND £45,000 DONATIONS TO OUR FOOTBALL CLUB
SHIPLEY BANTAMS HAVE DONATED 2 ADULT and 2 JUNIOR TICKETS TO THE CLUBS #TEAMTWENTY CAMPAIGN.
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Geoff Reeday of the Shipley Bantams doing his Gordon Banks impression in the new Box Nets at Valley Parade supplied to BCFC by the Shipley Bantams.
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THE FLOODS OVER THE CHRISTMAS PERIOD 2015 CAUSED A MASSIVE AMOUNT OF DAMAGE TO THE WOODBOTTOM CLUB WHERE THE SHIPLEY BANTAMS ARE BASED.
WE DONATED £1,000 TO THE FLOOD RELIEF FUND.
SHIPPERS MEMBERS GEOFF REEDAY AND NICK KITCHEN PRESENT A CHEQUE TO THE VALUE OF £2,500 TO MR JING QIN TAY OF THE PLASTIC SURGERY and BURNS RESEARCH UNIT
Shipley Bantams and FoBC are proud to announce they have jointly donated £5,000 to Bradford City Football Club for a new sprinkler system for the pitch at Valley Parade and new drainage at the Apperley Bridge training ground, Many thanks go to all our members who without there great support we could not help the club we all love and support. Many Thanks
THE BRADFORD BURNS UNIT
The Burns Unit is a world renowned burns research facility set up at the University of Bradford following the Bradford fire disaster on 11 May 1985. The fire disaster at Valley Parade killed 56 people and injured more than 250.
On the weekend of 21st July 2007 the Shipley Bantams held an auction and a sponsored walk across Morecambe Bay, the result of which £6031.34 was raised for the Burns Unit funds.
This event started on the Saturday evening at the Shipley Club and following a poll in the Telegraph & Argus newspaper it featured two of the all time greats who graced the Valley Parade turf.
Cess Podd won the event with John Hendrie close behind him, they launched a beer named after themselves brewed by local firm Saltaire Brewery who donated a percentage of all the sales to the Burns Unit.
The Shipley Club also donated the profits from the beers sold that evening.
A massive auction took place for donated items from various sources including Bradford City FC, Arsenal FC, Liverpool FC, Southlakelands Holidays, Coronation Street and many more.
On the morning after this event a walk of Morecambe Bay took place with transport being provided by City Travel of Cross Roads Keighley, after the walk we headed down to Regents Caravan Park in Morecambe for refreshments.
In total a massive £6031-34 was raised and the cheque was presented to members of the Burns Unit at a City game.
SHIPPERS SUPPORTING THE BANTAMS TREK COMMITMENT TO MACMILLANS WITH A FUND RAISING EVENT ON THE 25th NOVEMBER 14 WHICH RAISED A TOTAL AMOUNT OF £877.