Stonegate Homes are proud to work alongside some incredible organisations, athletes and events
DWYFC have signed a new sponsorship deal with Stonegate Homes. They are a FA Charter Standard Youth club with over 25 youth teams from U9’s to U16’s playing across 4 local county leagues supporting 30+ qualified youth coaches. They also welcome any enquiries from U5’s to U18’s.
If you are interested in joining a great club then please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your players name, DOB and playing experience or contact them via the website or social media, just search ‘DWYFC’.
As a locally based company and main sponsor of Dorking Wanderers it was only natural that we sponsor the Dorking Wanderers Youth team. We had the amazing opportunity to sponsor them for the 19/20 season and excited that we will be continuing our sponsorship of the club again for the 20/21 Season. It will be a tough start to the season after a difficult few months we have experienced, so we are happy to give our full support to the young ones in our community and help contribute to giving them something to look forward to.” - Stonegate Homes’ founder Jeremy Hinds.’
“Dorking Wanderers Youth Football Club are delighted to announce that Stonegate Homes are again our primary sponsor for season 20/21. Now in its fourth year the sponsorship from Stonegate gives us crucial funding for match, training and coaches kits. A vital partnership to our local grassroots youth community football at Dorking Wanderers and supporting over 20 youth teams and 250 players from U8’s to U16’s. Everybody from DWYFC would like to thank Stonegate for their continued and generous support of our youth football pathway. Find us at www.dwyfc.co.uk or @DWYFC across all social media.” says club’s Chairman, Jason Booker.
Stonegate Homes are delighted to announce their new sponsor partnership with Charlie Hills, Racehorse Trainer.
Jerry Hinds, Director of Stonegate Homes said of the partnership : “Stonegate Homes are thrilled to be involved with Charlie Hills and his Team. When we were offered the chance to be involved with this Racing Dynasty we seized the opportunity with both hands. Their success on the track has been remarkable over the last 9 years and to be aligned with them is very exciting and something we are really looking forward to!”
Charlie Hills has spent his entire life immersed in horse racing, taking over the licence in August 2011 from his father Barry. 2021 will be his 10th season, the first 9 having produced; 64 Stakes victories – 13 at Group 1/Grade level, 3 European Champions, 2 Classic successes and 1 Breeders’ Cup win. Charlie has trained top-quality horses Battaash, Just The Judge, Muhaarar, Cotai Glory, Dutch Connection, Chriselliam, Phoenix Of Spain, Tilsit, Khaadem, and Mujbar among others.
"I've never been so proud to be connected with Jerry and Stonegate Homes and look forward to a long and successful partnership" – Charlie Hills
Dorking Cricket Club have signed a new 5 year sponsorship deal with Stonegate Homes, who are looking to support the historic cricket club with their ambitions of becoming a major community-focused club. “We have a long and proud history here at DCC and have enjoyed 3 promotions within the last 5 seasons. It’s worth mentioning that this couldn’t have been achieved without the tireless efforts and dedication of our committee and Chairman. We continue to build year on year and have real aspirations of becoming a top-flight club” said DCC Secretary Andrew Hailiday.
Dorking Cricket Club regularly puts out four league sides on a Saturday as well as two on a Sunday and a successful Academy team. The club’s first team currently play in Division two of the AJ Fordham Surrey Championship, which is regarded as one of the strongest leagues in England. The club have a thriving youth set-up and want to become a place that any young person can learn to play the wonderful game of cricket, make friends and feel a sense of belonging.
“The new sponsorship deal we have with Stonegate Homes feelsvery much like a true partnership. Stonegate Homes share our values and will be supporting us with our aspirations of becoming a top flight cricket club at the very heart of the local community. Over the course of the next few seasons, we will be investing in our facilitiessubstantially. This will allow us to ensure we provide the local community with a fully inclusive safe space for people from all walks of life to enjoy the game of cricket.” said DCC Sponsorship and Development Officer Henry Glynn.
Jerry Hinds, owner of Stonegate Homes, said ‘’we have been talking to the club for a while and are pleased we can finally announce another really exciting local partnership for us. It is great to be able to strategically work with another ambitious local community club who seek to reach for the top whilst putting in places all the building blocks for their long term future. We absolutely love being involved with clubs such as Dorking Cricket Club and note that both Dorking Wanderers Football Club and Sutton and Epsom Rugby Club won their respective leagues this season, so it would be fitting for the lads to follow suit!’
Stonegate Homes work with Dorking Wanderers teams at all levels, promoting community engagement, local sporting activity and boosting the benefits of Dorking’s new football stadium for the whole of the town. The state-of-the-art Meadowbank stadium opened for the current 2018/19 season and provides a home ground for all Dorking Wanderers’ teams, including the local Development Squad, Ladies, Under 18s and Veterans, as well as hosting training for more than a thousand boys and girls playing in grassroots youth clubs. The clubhouse will be available for use seven days a week and the superb Healthy Kitchen is run as a not for profit to help re-invest proceeds in to the club.
The name of Stonegate Homes is very visible at the ground with the eponymous stand being filled every match day and the players entering the pitch through the branded tunnel. As well as that, the name appears on the front of shirts on a majority of Dorking Wanderers’ community-based teams from ages 4 through to senior level and our arrangement includes Stonegate sponsoring the training kit for all teams and the prestigious first team Player of the Month and Man of the Match awards.
“As a locally based company we have been aware of the incredible progress Dorking Wanderers has been making up the league pyramid, putting the town on the map. So when we knew there was an opportunity to support the club on the next part of its journey, moving into Meadowbank, we really wanted to be involved,” explains Stonegate Homes’ founder Jeremy Hinds.
“We absolutely love the new stadium and the chance to be involved with something at the heart of the community is very important to us.” Jeremy Hinds adds, “When we met with the volunteers who run Dorking Wanderers, it was immediately clear how much the club meant to them and we hope their passion is shared by more and more Dorking residents as the club continue to grow both on and off the pitch. We’re incredibly enthusiastic about the hundreds of players who represent their local club at all levels – as well as the many hundreds more who we hope will make use of the new stadium
“Dorking Wanderers, Stonegate Homes and Meadowbank are a natural fit,” says the club’s Chairman, Marc White. “More than just a football club, as tenants at the new stadium we want to make this public facility work for the entire community, revitalising this part of the town. Stonegate have been doing that throughout the South East – they’re the experts.
Stonegate Homes were delighted to be the headline sponsors of the second edition of the Injured Jockey Fund Floodlit Football Match which took place at Cheltenham Town Football Club after the days racing at Cheltenham Racecourse on Wednesday 18th April. A hotly contested match saw an AP McCoy XI take on a Cheltenham Town Legends XI which resulted in a highly entertaining 2-2 draw. There was also a fun half time penalty shoot-out which saw a raft of well-known trainers put under the intense pressure of scoring a penalty under pressure!
Most importantly, the whole event smashed last year’s fundraising total of £25,000 to raise a whopping £45,000 which will go directly to supporting the fantastic work carried out by the Injured Jockey Fund. The next edition of this superb event will be held at Cheltenham again next year on Wednesday 17th April.