HUST are pleased to say that they have helped Hinton FC by sourcing some scaffolding poles to add to their Broomy Hill site.
Following a request for help from Hinton Chairman Graham Andrews, committee member Mick Loader was able to source a number of 3 metre scaffolding poles that will help Hinton to stop their footballs escaping their ground during games.
Having already sourced netting donated by Cargill for the task, the Broomy Hill side asked HUST if they could source the poles to hang the netting from, and Mick was able to use his extensive contacts to call on Alan Watkins, the Business Development Manager of C Jones Scaffolding, to get hold of the poles free of charge with the company also delivering the poles to site without cost.
HUST continues to support the local football pyramid, without which there would be no ability to sustain a professional club within Herefordshire. Over the past six months HUST have supported eight local sides with Fans Team games, sponsorship, and promotion that builds the grassroots base of football in the area and strengthens the foundations that Edgar Street can stage professional matches upon and enhances the opportunities for local footballers to progress to the professional game.