Sponsors

Broardribb Cycles logo

Luke Allington, Manager of Broadribb Cycles Banbury has very kindly offered to sponsor Banbury Academy with £50 of vouchers as the prize for students who achieve 100% Attendance this year.

Broadribb Cycles have a huge range of bikes, cycling accessories and cycle clothing in their Banbury store. They have their workshop at the front of the store along with parts, helmets and accessories. There is also clothing, protection/padding, BMX & full face helmets, a large specialist BMX parts section and most importantly, over 80 bikes on display covering different styles and budgets.

Broadribb Cycles,
1 George Street,
Banbury,
Oxfordshire,
OX16 5BH
◾Tel: 01295 669065
 



Senecio logo    seneciodigital.co.uk

Banbury Academy is delighted to announce we have a new sponsor for our Formula 24 Car project: SENECIO, one of the UK's leading experts in fine art and specialist printing. With over 40 years’ experience they are renowned for their quality and knowledge and are sponsoring the Formula 24 car and supporting students with much-needed funding. Based in Haslemere Way, Banbury, Senecio have very kindly offered to buy helmets, safety clothing, decals, banners and promotional materials for the car.

Olivia Hartley Head of Design and Technology commented: "Having the backing from such a major company in our community will help our students gain vital promotion and materials required for the car, as well as exposure of our students’ achievements here at the Academy. We would like to thank Senecio for helping our students reach their potential and supporting the
development of the car”

Sharon Cox from Senecio said: "We at Senecio Press work in a creative industry and feel it’s a fantastic opportunity for the students taking part and we praise the school for initially providing the funds to kick start this project.

As a keen supporter of local projects, Senecio are very excited and proud to be a sponsor of the Formula 24 for Banbury Academy and are very much looking forward to working closely and supporting the students and academy staff to encourage youth development, promote creativity, implement good attitude to team work and provide a skill set for use in their future chosen fields.

I would urge more local business to get involved in projects such as these as it’s not only a boost to the students' morale but also a potential boost to the future economy of Banbury, these students are the future after all."

For more information on the Formula 24 Competition see www.greenpower.co.uk/racing/formula24