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Law firm encourages the region's next gen of sporting stars through sponsorship

Law firm encourages the region's next gen of sporting stars through sponsorship

East Midlands law firm Nelsons has sponsored the shirts for a successful childrens’ multi-sports club based in Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire, where children are encouraged to join in, try something new, and potentially become the region’s next sporting super star. 

Run by Sam Clements, Clements Multisports is an after school and holiday club provision for children of all ages. It includes popular sports such as football, tennis, and gymnastics as well as activities they may not have the chance to play otherwise, such as volleyball, dodgeball, and archery, potentially sparking an interest that they will carry with them for life. 

Sam Clements said:

“I’d like to say a massive thank you to Nelsons for sponsoring the shirts. It means the children can enjoy their activities in a great uniform that represents them as a team which not only means a lot to them, but to me also. 

“In the year since I started running the club, I’ve seen the kids try new things, grow in confidence, and most importantly have fun. The goal is to give more youngsters an outlet to potentially find a new passion, and it helps them get outside too." 

Sam gained experience in running a multisport club by working for a similar organisation before starting his own business. He now has clubs at eight different schools as well as holding regular holiday camps, exercise classes at local care homes, and foundation classes at nurseries. He is also accredited by The Princes’ Trust. 

Alice Rees, partner in the corporate team at Nelsons, said:

“The club was looking for a local sponsor to help fund the shirts, which help foster a sense of pride and teamwork among the children who take part.   

"Supporting our local communities is an important part of Nelsons’ culture and clubs such as Sam’s do so much for the next generation. It is great to be able to support them and the kids look brilliant in the tops.”  

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