SuperLeigh would like to urge all Leigh Centurions fans and the local community to get on board with us and help ensure the future of our club is bright.

Over the last 5 seasons, by virtue of the support of our valued membership base and our regular fundraising events, we have donated over a quarter of a million pounds to the club, contributing to not only the club’s day to day running costs but also other aspects of their daily and weekly activities, whilst also enabling SuperLeigh to work with local community groups, projects and charities, all in the name of promoting Leigh Centurions.

In light of recent events affecting the club’s financial situation, we are issuing a rally call to urge anyone who isn’t currently a member to come on board and help us help our club, while also inviting existing members to increase their current membership if they so wish. As well as the satisfaction of knowing that you are playing your part in ensuring a bright future for our club, you can also give yourself a chance to win £1,000 every week as well as numerous runners up prizes, with all the profit that we make each week donated to Leigh Centurions, ensuring the continuous growth of Rugby League within our community.

As we’re sure you know at the moment every penny counts and is vital toward keeping our club functioning on a week to week basis.

SuperLeigh Manager Christine Brown commented “To show our commitment to the cause, Assistant Manager Johnny Simpkin, myself and the rest of our staff will be doubling our membership starting with this week’s draw. We are determined to move this forward, especially as the money we donate each year is equivalent to a quarter of the funding the club may potentially receive from the RFL next season! We are very proud of the financial contribution that we have made towards our club over the years and we would hope that our supporters will join us in aiding the fundraising efforts of not only ourselves but also Leigh Independent Supporters Association, who have also raised considerable amounts of money for our club over the years.”

Membership costs from just £1 per week and can be paid via a door-to-door agent or by standing order. Joining could not be simpler, you can either….

Call – 01942 487892

Email – info@superleigh.com

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Community Helps Couple Tie The Knot

SuperLeigh have recently joined members of the local community to pull together and make a couple’s wedding dreams come true. Anne Marie Bloxson and John Melling live in Wigan Council-supported accommodation in Leigh and have been together for eight years.

After learning of the pair’s dream of getting married, authority staff and community groups helped them plan their big day, from getting the groom suited and booted to the wedding cake. Anne Marie, 53, and 51-year-old John tied the knot at Leigh Town Hall and then went on to celebrate with close family and friends at Compassion in Action in Leigh. Anne Marie, said: “My dreams have come true, it was the best day of my life.” John added: “It was the best day ever!”

Coun Keith Cunliffe, cabinet member for adult social care at Wigan Council, said: “I would like to wish the happy couple all the best in their married life together. I’m thrilled that the local community came together to make the special day perfect for Anne Marie and John.”

Lots of organisations united to make the day special for Anne Marie and John, at little to no cost. SuperLeigh joined Compassion in Action, Excel in Life Hair and Beauty, Creation Wedding Dresses and The Holiday Inn Leigh among others to help out.

SuperLeigh are proud to have played a part in the couples’ happy day by providing their wedding invitations and arranging the hen party for the bride and bridesmaid at the Greyhound hotel. We also arranged the couple’s wedding cake that was made by a friend of SuperLeigh, Natasha Burns and provided wedding flowers for the bridesmaids, groom and best man. SuperLeigh Manager Christine Brown commented “All money we raise is donated to Leigh Centurions but something we can give to these projects is time and sometimes that can make such a difference to people’s lives”.

Jo Withington, area manager of CareTech which runs Cranleigh Court in Atherton where the couple live, said: “As a provider, to be involved in this day was absolutely amazing, there wasn’t a dry eye in the house when both John and Anne Marie got ready the morning of the wedding. “The staff, managers and all involved from CareTech felt very emotional and very happy for the new Mr and Mrs Melling.”