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Successful Sponsorship of Yeovil Town Football Club

Wyatt Homes, award winning developer of the popular Brimsmore development on Yeovil’s northern edge, is continuing its successful sponsorship of Yeovil Town Football Club for the forthcoming 2017/2018 season supporting advertising banners around the pitch at the Sky Bet League Two Club’s home ground - Huish Park - on Lufton Way. 

“It is fantastic for Wyatt Homes to continue its partnership with Yeovil Town Football Club; we have similar traits to the Club in that we are a company at the heart of the local Yeovil community,” comments Annie Huddleston, Sales and Marketing Director of Wyatt Homes.  We are very happy to be involved with an organisation that has such a positive effect on the community and we wish the Club every success for the forthcoming season. 

“Members of staff from the Wyatt Homes Poole office who are great football supporters  are excited to be attending Yeovil Town’s final pre-season match against Bournemouth on the evening of Wednesday 2 August,” she said.  The team will begin the 2017/18 Sky Bet League Two campaign on the road heading to Luton Town on Saturday August 5th.

Commercial Manager Dave Linney says, "We are delighted that Wyatt Homes will be renewing their support of Yeovil Town Football Club during the 2017/18 season. The Brimsmore development along Thorne Lane has taken shape over the past year and has enhanced the area with some impressive homes. Coupled with this, is the new road layout at the Junction of Western Avenue and Thorne Lane, which has alleviated the congestion during peak hours.

“My thanks go to Managing Director, David Wyatt and Annie Huddleston for this on-going support of Yeovil Town Football Club,” he said. 

Phase I of Brimsmore is now 90% sold and new releases on Phase II are now available to buy off plan, with prices starting from as little as £199,000. With several early bird reservations having already been taken,  interest is high for the range of 46 new properties at the development.

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