LK Lettings will support the team on the pitch and help the club to promote the work and requirements of the town’s food bank.
“We think of ourselves as cupids with a set of keys – matching each landlord with the right tenant and every tenant with the right property,” said LK Lettings directors Louise Gibbs and Katie Jones.
“A number of local people and local companies were really supportive when we started. Now we are more established, it’s great to be able to support our local football club and what it is doing on and off the pitch.”
The portfolio of properties overseen by LK Lettings ranges from apartments – including those in the new Brightwells Yard development – up to five and six-bedroom houses.
The company is also working with the Eddystone Housing Association in Churt, which is a collection of bungalows which aim to provide a property for life for key workers, retired people and those on lower incomes.
“Our clients know we are always available for them,” added Louise and Katie.
“It’s our dedication that sets us apart and is why the majority of our business comes from referrals and recommendations from our current landlords.”