Since the company began, Bradleys Surfacing Systems has been delighted to carry out a number of installations – both big and small that have benefited the local community. Most recently, we’ve worked with a few projects, including Manor Farm Community Association in Walsall and Lenches Sports & Recreation Club in Worcestershire who have not only improved their facilities to benefit the local community – but also whom have had the support of the community behind them to do this.
Manor Farm recently benefited from over £235,000 worth of funding,which has been used to dramatically improve the landscape of the former derelict facility. The funding, which was secured through a combination of Veolia Environmental Land Fil Trust, Enovert Foundation Landfill Trust and Manor Farm Community Association themselves, has been used to convert four old unused tennis courts, combining 2600m2 into a state-of-the-art flood-list 3G facility for football use. Bradleys Surfacing Systems was appointed as the main contractor for the facility, which will be used extensively by a variety of local football clubs, as well as the ever increasingly popular walking football for the die-hard Bobby Charlton’s of Walsall.
Lenches Recreation Club also received the support of the community to help fund the refurbishment of their two tennis courts and MUGA. The club which now boasts some of the most up-to-date facilities in the region will be used by local football clubs, as well as regular tennis club members who will benefit from the improved surfacing, installed by Bradleys Surfacing Systems. You can read more about this project in the Evesham Journal here.