Marlborough Tennis is delighted to announce it has entered into a sponsorship agreement with wealth management company Brewin Dolphin, who will become club sponsor with immediate effect.
Brewin Dolphin has had a presence in the town since 1992 and helps clients to shape their financial futures by protecting, growing and managing their money. With a base at the Blenheim Road Business Park. Brewin Dolphin has a long history of supporting local activities and events and was the main sponsor of the Jazz Festival for many years.
Myles Palmer, investment manager and divisional director at Brewin Dolphin’s Marlborough office, said: “We have been in Marlborough for over 30 years and have been proud to sponsor local initiatives like the Marlborough jazz and literature festivals, local schools, golf clubs, and local charities as well as looking after our clients’ financial needs. We look forward to supporting Marlborough Tennis Club to bring tennis to a wider audience in and around Marlborough.”
“Having Brewin Dolphin as club sponsor is a great achievement for the club,” said Marlborough Tennis Chair, Andrew Payne. “The initial manifestation of the sponsorship will come in the shape of court windbreaks that will carry the Brewin Dolphin logo and we have other initiatives in the pipeline.”
“We are delighted to have Brewin Dolphin as our club sponsor and look forward to working with them in the future. We want to take the club to all areas of the Marlborough community and having Brewin Dolphin support us will help us to offer tennis to all age groups,” commented Andrew Payne.
Marlborough Tennis has around 400 members with six courts, four with floodlights and is located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the Golf Club complex at Port Hill. Marlborough Tennis welcomes new members of all ages, has a thriving juniors section and has 9 teams in the Swindon & District summer league. Membership fees start at just £30 for juniors and £180 for adults.
Brewin Dolphin has been in Marlborough for over 30 years but with more than 30 offices across the UK. They advise on investments, pensions, inheritance tax planning and later life care planning. With a minimum investment of £500, they offer advice in most circumstances – from helping to kick start grandchildren’s savings accounts through to portfolios of over £1m, which particularly benefit from the intricate tax planning they can provide.