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Bromley Football Club are delighted to be extending their relationship with local Estate Agents Langford Russell. As part of the partnership, the Club are incredibly proud to be working with the Acorn Book Club, to get great quality books into the hands of children who need them most. 

The Acorn Book Club works within the local community to collect and redistribute pre-loved children’s books to local schools and organisations. You can drop off your pre-loved books (suitable for 3–11 year olds) at the Football Club when dropping your child off or picking them up. Together, we can help children develop a life-long love of reading.

The Club will be acting as a drop off point during the Summer Soccer Camp for parents of participants to donate pre-loved books.

Emma Fox, Head of CSR and sponsorship at the Acorn Group commented; “The Acorn Group incorporating Langford Russell are passionate about supporting the communities in which they operate, so are thrilled to be sponsoring the Bromley FC youth teams again this season. We are also hugely appreciative of the efforts made by the club and parents who have been donating pre-loved children’s books to our charity, Acorn Book Club.”

Jeff Hutton, General Manager at Bromley Football Club added; “We are delighted the Acorn Group have continued their support of our Youth Teams for the new season. We’re equally excited to be playing our part in supporting their inspirational Acorn Book Club project.”

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