Funding to help support facilities for young gymnasts in Huntingdonshire

Nick Griffith, Cerys Griffith and Adam Scott.

Nick Griffith, Cerys Griffith and Adam Scott. - Credit: Archant

Huntingdon Gymnastics Club received a cheque for £1,000 from Global Inkjet Systems (GIS) at the weekend.

The Cambridgeshire company’s production manager, Nick Griffith handed over the cheque at the club to support its ongoing training and development programme for young gymnasts.

Mr Griffith said: “Global Inkjet Systems is a successful company, working in the heart of Cambridgeshire that encourages its staff develop their skills, to fund raise for charity, and to actively engage with their communities.

“As a company, GIS recognises its responsibility to do its part. Huntingdon Gymnastic Club is a worthy recipient for its support of the community, providing a superb facility for people of all ages to stay healthy and enjoy gymnastics. My family have benefitted, in that my daughter attends the regular recreational gymnastic sessions. She really enjoys the gym and appreciates the support of wonderful instructors.”

Adam Scott manager at Huntingdon Gymnastics Club said: “We work really hard to maintain the facilities and provide gymnastics for all, corporate sponsorship packages are a great way to engage with local businesses to provide those facilities for the charity. A big ‘thank you’ to Global Inkjet Systems.”