David James supports local primary school

David James was recently approached by the governing body of Arnold Mill Primary School who were seeking support to provide a kit for their girls’ football team.

The company were delighted to get involved and help out the school, which is based on Cross Street, Arnold, by providing stylish new kits which were designed in conjunction with a Nottingham-based supplier. The black kits were printed with watermarks of the Arnold Mill logo across the shirts and a yellow David James logo emblazoned across the centre.

The football team recently visited David James’ Arnold office, along with headmistress Jo James and care assistant Amanda Stones, to show off their striking new shirts and posed for a photograph with Director, James Roys. Mrs James said they were delighted with the quality of the kits and thanked the business for its support.

James Roys felt that the opportunity to help out one of the community’s local schools was one that the business simply couldn’t pass up.

He says: “As soon as we were contacted by one of the Parent Governors at Arnold Mill, we were clear that we wanted to help immediately and cover the cost of the entire kit. Primary schools such as Arnold Mill are working so hard under increasingly difficult financial conditions. Schools are part of the heart of the community so this was always something we wanted to become involved with.”

Everyone at David James would like to wish the team the best of luck in their matches this season, and we hope the new kits inspire success on the pitch!

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