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Pocklington FOLLOW US ONLINE TWITTER.COM/SPORTYORKSHIRE 1 INSURANCE THAT’S ON YOUR DOORSTEP Having a local office means we are accessible, whether you need to make changes to your policy or make a claim. We can help you insure your: • Home & Car • Horse & Horse box • Business • LGV & Commercial Vehicle For a real conversation about your insurance Give us a call or pop in First Floor, 86a Market Street, Pocklington, East Yorkshire YO42 2AB 01759 302152 Our Agents are appointed representatives of The National Farmers Union Mutual Insurance Society Limited (No. 111982). Registered in England. Registered Office: Tiddington Road, Stratford upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 7BJ. Authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. A member of the Association of British Insurers. For security and training purposes, telephone calls may be recorded and monitored. D-9ED7DB41 2018 “The year was huge for Pocklington Tennis Club with the addition of floodlights on four of its six astroturf courts being a real ‘Game changer’. The ability to be able to use the courts all year round and in the evenings is something dreams are made of. The membership and use of its courts is increasing. Coaching at the Club can obviously be carried out throughout the winter months which is a 20 Issue 01 “We have known Chris French of Pocklington Tennis Club for many years and have previously sponsored tournaments there. I have been playing tennis for over 25 years and play more in the York League now but have played against the club in various tennis matches and their facilities are superb. I still follow the clubs progress and have a keen interest on how they are developing and I play and help support the Ladies charity tournaments which the club hosts. From everyone at NFU Mutual we would like to wish the club all the best and hope their members continue to get much enjoyment from all their hard work.” Mary Foster – NFU Mutual. massive bonus not only to the Club, but also our Head Coach Sean Evans who runs the Pocklington Tennis Academy.” 2019 “The Tennis Club must move forward to make the Club maintain its place as one of the premier clubs in the area. The club are currently investigating the possibility of covering the two remaining astroturf courts which are not floodlit with a structure. This would enable tennis or other sports to be played no matter what the weather outside was doing. We know there is a need for courts of this type, (my Coach tells me most days), it will have a great impact on not only the local community, but also the whole area, and this will make the project fully sustainable. Watch out funders, we are heading your way!”