Need a Professional Service or a Skill or Advice?
A club of our size and membership boasts a whole range of skills and services that we will all need at some point. Every wanted or needed a plumber, electrician or builder? How about some financial advice or are you looking for a new Home? What about a personal trainer or a decent haircut?
Doubtless all of us have friends or contacts we rely on for 'personal recommendations' for the above and more but why not also consider the huge range of SCC linked companies and individuals as well.
The following are a list of current services and contacts with a SCC connection - some may be willing to offer a special rate or discount to club members. By listing the following details the Club are only putting members in touch with each, and can not endorse or recommend any particular service or supplier.
Contact Mandy Pulsford
Tel 07778 549 551
Tonbridge Plastering Services, all aspects of plastering carried out in Tonbridge and surrounding areas Contact Martin Larkin. Tel 01732 366302 or 07774136227
Appointed Representative of Charles Derby
As an appointed representative of Charles Derby, David Hobden (known to us all at the club as Brian) offers expert advice on General Insurance and Protection Insurance.
Protection insurance comes in many different forms such as income protection, private medical cover, life insurance (payable as a lump sum or as an annual income for the term of the insurance when paid as family income benefit),
The underlying principle of protection insurance, is to protect you and your family against the impact of financial loss in the event of being unable to work due to illness, accident, unemployment or death.
Having the right mix of insurance products is essential and need not be as expensive as you think.
For a free, no obligation review of your protection needs contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 07801 309687.
As part of Brians ongoing support to Southborough Cricket Club, he will donate £25 to SCC for any family who purchases a policy and quotes Southborough Cricket Club at the initial meeting.