Caberfeidh Shinty Club and the Strathpeffer Highland Gathering Association have for some time been working towards the building of a new Sports Pavilion at Castle Leod, Strathpeffer, to replace the one which was built in the late 1940s and is still currently in use. The project has already been awarded funds from various funding bodies, including a recent sportscotland Lottery award of £100,000. A considerable amount of money has still to be raised and to this end various fundraising suggestions have been made, 2 of which are noted below.
The new Pavilion will be of great benefit to both organisations along with the wider community and will undoubtedly considerably enhance the appearance of the Games Field, and we cordially invite you to support the project.
All donations will be gratefully received and will be acknowledged within the completed facility.
In addition to a lasting acknowledgement within the building it is proposed to give businesses the opportunity to have an advertising hoarding erected around the field during all shinty matches in order to promote themselves locally. The cost of advertising would be:
1 year - Sponsorship of £250
2 years - Sponsorship of £500
3 years - Sponsorship of £700
5 years - Sponsorship of £1000 +
Buy a Block
As recognition for others kindly donating to the project we also intend to have a ‘Buy a Block’ wall where, for a minimum donation of £50, the donor’s name will be inscribed on a block and noted forever as a supporter of the project.
Various other fundraising will also take place and any events etc will be advertised.
Should you be willing to make a donation we would ask you to complete the Pro-forma overleaf and return it to us at either of the addresses noted.
We look forward to your support.
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Consultants involved in Pavilion
Architect – Matheson, MacKenzie & Ross, Royal Bank Buildings, High Street, Dingwall, IV15 9HA
Engineer – HGA (UK) Ltd, Darach House, Stoneyfield Business Park, Inverness, IV2 7PA
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