Community Projects

Manchester University Rugby Club

We are proud to have sponsored Manchester University Rugby Football Club in in the 2018/19 season who have had very successful season with the 1st x 15 team winning the BUCS North B league, meaning that they have been promoted to the North A league with the 2nd  and 3rd Teams having successful seasons retaining their position in their leagues too.

Attached are the highlights from the 1s penultimate match of the season against the University of Glasgow.


Youth Sponsorship

We are proud to sponsor 17 year old Sophie Colebourne who is one of  England’s rising female boxers.

Sophie having taken up the sport of boxing six years ago has won two silver medals in both 2010 and 2011  national finals and then gold in 2012 and 2013 ranking her 1st in the country at her weight.

Sophie sponsorship approach was centered on a need to support her new challenge, delivered by here being invited to join the England boxing team and representing  my country where she will travel around the world doing “what I’ve always wanted to do”.

We are proud of her achievements to date and look forward to helping her realise her dream.

Follow link to see more pictures and read Sophie’s blog diary .

Student Conservation Projects

We donated a financial award to The Woodland Trust following a conservation competition that we sponsored at  Hurstpierpoint College in Sussex.

The competition was created through Sweeptech’s desire to enhance student awareness of local conservation issues and the needs of the charities supporting them.

Year 9 students were tasked with not only identifying conservation problems of concern to them but also a charity endeavouring to tackle the issue.

Follow the link for to full story Hurstpierpoint College


 Community Sustainability Projects

We are committed to supporting sustainability projects. Below is Archie Cryer who won the Sweeptech recycling award at the 2013 Albourne Flower Show.


Team Sponsorship

We are proud to sponsor Lancing Rangers’ Under 9 team . As stated by their own coach, Steve Searle,  “The boys look amazing in this kit”.

Under 9 Black June 15

The majority of this team has been together now for 3 years and are growing into a good group of players that understand each other’s playing ability and also have a lot of fun training and playing together. They train every Saturday morning and have matches in the Arun & Chichester youth football league on a Sunday. At present the age groups played are listed as development leagues where the focus is on having fun playing and learning the game with no results published and this is the same for this season.

The team continues to expand including additional female players.

Zach McEwan has been awarded the Managers player of the year award and George Searle the most improved player of the year award.


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