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Successful partnerships are something that Hamptons International takes very seriously, whether these are with customers, in business or at play. We are proud to work together with some of the UK's leading brands and charities at a local and national level.
Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club sponsorship
Hamptons International is sponsoring the Ealing Trailfinders Minis for the 2012/2013 season. Aged between 4-12 years, the Minis form part of one of the largest youth rugby sections in the UK with over 850 mini and youth members. Like Hamptons International, Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club is a proud heritage brand. The club was founded in 1871 and is one of the oldest rugby clubs in the world. Located in West Ealing, Ealing Trailfinders Rugby Club is also one of the biggest community rugby clubs in the UK, with around 3,000 members over South West London.
Gatcombe Park - Festival of British Eventing
Hamptons International is delighted to have been able to work once again this year with top British rider Harry Meade (www.harrymeade.com). Over the course of the weekend, Harry joined the Equestrian Department providing advice and tips on what to look for in an equestrian property and how best to find one.
To speak to a member of the Equestrian Department call 020 7265 6595 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To find out more about the event please visit the Gatcombe Park Website
Cancer Research UK – Working Together To Beat Cancer
Hamptons International has a strong commitment to the local community and social responsibility.
As a result, it is proud to partner with Cancer Research UK, the world’s leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer studies. It carries our scientific research to help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer. Cancer Research UK has saved hundreds of thousands of lives around the world, and it is thanks to their pioneering work, that cancer survival rates have doubled in the last forty years.
As a business, many of us have been affected in some way by cancer and we are committed to raising awareness and funds to help Cancer Research UK continue its life saving work.