Secure Trading donates Twickenham box for charity game

Secure Trading is donating its box at Twickenham Stadium to Help for Heroes for the forthcoming rugby match between the Army and Navy this Saturday May 7th.

Help for Heroes is inviting members of the Bands of Brothers to attend Saturday’s game. The Band of Brothers consists of servicemen who have been injured in conflict since 9/11.

Julie Bartrum-Lang, Group Financial Controller, Help for Heroes, said, “This is a fantastic act of generosity by Secure Trading which will allow members of the Band of Brothers to spend a fantastic afternoon at the rugby. We can’t thank Secure Trading enough for their contribution to this special day.”

Since 1878 the Army and Royal Navy have competed for Service rugby supremacy, and from 1920 the battle ground has been Twickenham Stadium.

In last year’s thriller, the Royal Navy triumphed with a gutsy second half performance. They will be keen to retain their new silverware, while the Army will be desperate to get back to winning ways. With both teams determined to out-do each other in front of 60,000 spectators, Twickenham promises to deliver an explosion of raw passion in the battle for the Babcock Trophy.

The box will be hosted by Secure Trading’s Lisa Goddard a member of FANY (PRVC).

Ian Cushion is Marketing Manager at Secure Trading

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