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1 week ago By . Webmaster

More businesses supporting the football club with pitchside advertising

We are delighted to announce that the latest businesses to support the club with pitchside advertising are those based at 21 Parsons Street, Banbury and they will be having a banner displaying Eat-Art-Ink to represent the Old Town Cafe, the Artery Art Shop and the Fellowship of the Needle.

The photo shows left to right, Banbury United Commercial Director Mark Allitt, Barry Whitehouse from the Artery Art Shop, Cathi Cooper from the Old Town Café, Banbury United Commercial Assistant Warren Bartlett and Roger Dighton from the Fellowship of the Needle at the Stadium with the Eat-Art-Ink banner.

The club would like to thank all of them for supporting our community owned football club and they join an ever growing list of local businesses backing Banbury United. Please support those businesses that support the football club.

If any business is interested in having a board or banner at the club then please contact Commercial Director Mark Allitt email

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