Nottingham Forest is delighted to welcome this afternoon’s Big Match and Match Ball sponsors. The Club wishes all guests an enjoyable afternoon at The City Ground.
Big Match sponsor: Shoby Investments limited
Shoby Investments Limited is a large family-owned group of companies, that include Shoby Properties Limited, Shelton Park Properties Limited and Shoby Agricultural Limited.
The group of companies have a secure financial pedigree with a broad investments portfolio that includes residential and commercial properties, agriculture and managed financial investments. Shoby Investments was incorporated as part of the successful float on the stock market of Motorpoint in May 2016.
Motorpoint Car Supermarket was started by David Shelton and ran under his ownership for 20 years. Shoby Investments was formed in 2015 in preparation for the floatation and retains 23% of Motorpoint PLC.
Shoby Investments works with an experienced team of 6 employees, who oversee and manage property purchase, restoration and management of residential and commercial properties. Also included in the portfolio is in excess of 1,000 acres of agricultural land managed in-house and a 50-acre renewable energy solar park.
As a Nottingham based family company, we have great pride in the city and restoring its historic buildings.
Shoby Investments is always on the lookout for acquiring both income-producing properties and development opportunities.
Please contact Sam Shelton for any further development opportunities firstname.lastname@example.org / 07595003925
Match Ball Sponsor: In memory of James Turnbull
This afternoon’s Match Ball Sponsorship is dedicated to the memory of Nottingham Forest supporter James Turnbull.
James tragically passed away on Saturday 24th February after suffering an anaphylactic shock and the club are more than happy to do everything they can to help the family at this sad time.
James has been described as an outgoing, beautiful, and gentle young man and his Dad Mark 49, said “He was my pride and joy, There are no words. I was very proud of him.”
“He was outgoing and popular. He loved his football and his music and really enjoyed being out with his mates. He was gearing up for a future in football – he was refereeing for the Derby mini league and was a talented footballer, no doubt”
Plans are already underway to create a memorial 3g pitch in James’s name at Friesland School in Sandiacre, once money has been raised to build it.
A JustGiving page has been set up to raise £100,000 to create a memorial 3g pitch and this can be found at justgiving.com/crowdfunding/jamesturnbullmemorial.