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Kit Klub 2012 Presentation Evening image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Each year we sponsor 20 under 16?s sports team from across Wales with new full kits for the coming season. In true Trade Centre Wales fashion the annual presentation evening seems to get bigger and better and this year was no exception. With 20 sporting teams, Real Radio, Adam Jones, free food, 700 people and a giant walking talking ROBOT the evening was one that everybody involved will remember for some time. This years KitKlub winners included boys and girls football and rugby teams, a cricket team and a squad of young kick boxers. Congratulations to our winners:


Congratulations to Kit Klub 2012 Winners image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

The Trade Centre Wales send a huge message of congratulations to the 20 sporting clubs that have won this year KitKlub sponsorship from us. 2012 marks the third year of the KitKlub initiative and will see The Trade Centre Wales sponsor its 60th


Trade Centre Wales joining Sir Ian Botham’s NSPCC walk image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

The Trade Centre Wales Chairman will be leaving the wheels behind to support Sir Ian Botham’s latest charity walk. Cricketing legend Beefy will be walking the Welsh Coastal Path in aid of the NSPCC next month. And stepping out with him will be Trade Centre Wales chairman Mark Bailey.


Beefys Big Welsh Walk for the NSPCC Chidline image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

Sir Ian Botham has been in South Wales to launch his latest walk – which it is hoped will help raise £3m for the NSPCC. The England cricket legend unveiled Beefy’s Big Welsh Walk at the Vale Resort, Hensol, Vale of Glamorgan. The summer walk will see Sir Ian trek from Burry Port on August 6 to Cardiff Bay on August 8 and marks the start of the NSPCC Wales Appeal which aims to raise £3m in three years.


Mark Bailey and Co to tackle Mt Everest for the NSPCC image

Publish Date: 13th August 2016

A year or so ago Chairman Mark Bailey of Trade Centre Wales and his wife Rhiannon took on Machu Picchu. The Chairman of the Welsh Rugby Union, David Pickering, had recruited a team of former players and business colleagues to scale the 2,430 meter high peak of Machu Picchu in Peru to raise money for the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children).