In a recent Cheshire Independent newspaper, the Cheshire East branch of SportsCool was celebrated for scooping two top honours at the Local Business Awards.
SportsCool Cheshire East secured two awards at the Local Business Awards, which celebrates the best local, ethical and sustainable businesses in the UK. As reported in the Cheshire Independent newspaper, the sports franchise “received the wellbeing and startup categories”.
The Independent continued, “Based in Alderley Edge, [SportsCool Cheshire East] was started by Stephen Barnes. It is one of 28 SportsCool operations across the UK that are working closely with more than 400 education providers.”
This branch of SportsCool was actually launched by Stephen and his wife Rose, who set up the business in order for Stephen to spend more time at home with his family, rather than working away for long hours in the big city.
When the two launched SportsCool Cheshire East, Stephen left the corporate world and instead started offering schools a diverse range of sports coaching services in his local area (everything from fencing to archery to ultimate frisbee).
Today, according to Cheshire Independent, the franchise location “operates before and after-school clubs in Cheshire East, Stockport and South Manchester, with holiday clubs in Cheadle and Wythenshawe”.
The paper went on to further praise SportsCool, expressing that, “SportsCool Cheshire East has also helped 400 families over the past six months, through its work delivering the holiday activities and food (HAF) programme with Stockport and Manchester City Councils. The HAF programme provides free meals and activities during school holidays for children eligible for benefits-related free school meals.”
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Lily Sweeney, Point Franchise ©