This weeks Sponsors in focus feature two new partners that have come on board this season. They are Kids First & Juniors main sponsor, Altrad Generation and the Teenage Wilderness Trust.

The Altrad Group are a global leader in the provision of industrial services, generating high added value solutions principally for the Oil & Gas, Energy, Power Generation, Process, Environment and Construction sectors. The group is also a recognised leader in the manufacturing of equipment dedicated to the Construction and Building market. 

As part of the is group, Altrad Generation’s Export Division is a leading provider of scaffold and access solutions and is committed to providing its customers with a full service of supply of quality British Standard, compliant scaffolding equipment from traditional Scaffold Tube, Scaffold Fittings, Scaffold Boards to Genlok, and Futuro system scaffolds. 

They offer a full service from loading, documentation, shipping and Certificates of Compliance & Conformity, ensuring our customers a reliable, ‘one stop shop’ solution for all their scaffolding needs.

Henley RFC join an illustrious group of other sponsorship properties for the Altrad group, which include being the main partner of the French National Rugby team and also Montpellier Herault in the French Top 14. 

For more information about their services, please visit https://www.generationscaffolding.com/en-gb/

The Teenage Wilderness Trust are another new partner that have joined the Club this season. With their branding featuring prominently on the Kids First & Junior shirts, they aim to support students who find it difficult to engage with mainstream education.

Often these students are unable to cope emotionally and physically with conventional education or authority due to their personal lives and social development. Many have experienced verbal and physical abuse, or neglect and have never received the care and attention that children are entitled to. In turn, many of their students are angry, confused and feel let down. Their goal is to calm our students, regain their self esteem and then reignite the spark in them to want to learn. 

For more information about the trust, please visit http://www.teenwilderness.org/.

A big thank you to both Altrad Generation and The Teenage Wilderness Trust for their support this season.