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National insurance broker, Roylemac10, have demonstrated their commitment to the community and have pledged their support to Oldham Athletic Community Trust as the two organisations announce a brand new partnership.

Founded in 2014 by son of the former Oldham Athletic Manager - Joe Royle - Lee Royle and Michael McQuade are committed to supporting communities across the country. The company have pledged that for every individual unit registered within Oldham, Roylemac10 will make a £10 donation to Oldham Athletic Community Trust.

Roylemac10 arrange A rated structural warranties and building control services to developers, builders and self-builders alike.

I am delighted to be partnering with both Lee & Michael at Roylemac10 for this brand new partnership, which will assist OACT to continue our ongoing community delivery. The partnership will also provide excellent opportunities for our many partners within the borough, with Roylemac10 able to provide excellent services to developers and builders.

Martin Vose, OACT Head of Community

It gives both Michael and myself immense pleasure to be assisting OACT in engaging the local community and working together to help in these difficult times. From a personal perspective this agreement means so much to me and my family  as I have spent more time at Boundary Park than at any other club dad has represented, and treasure so many great and happy memories. I sincerely believe that this initiative achieves everything that OACT and RM10 are aspiring to.

Lee Royle, Roylemac10 Director

To find out more about Roylemac10, click here.

Oldham Athletic Community Trust (OACT) are delighted to announce a new partnership, with The Debt Advice Service, who have pledged their support for the ongoing Food For Thought initiative.

Earlier this year, Oldham Athletic Community Trust (OACT) launched their third ‘Food For Thought’ initiative, which has provided local schools with the opportunity to supermarket vouchers to support those families and pupils in need. Through the initiative, which was recently supported by Oldham Athletic club staff, players & directors, nearly £3,000 has been distributed.

"We are delighted to be working with The Debt Advice Service through the Food For Thought initiative. The support received will help us to continue the initiative, which has already provided support to hundreds of local families during the 2021 lockdown."

Martin Vose, OACT Head of Community

The Debt Advice Service also provides the local community with an invaluable service, aimed at providing support to anyone struggling with unsecured debts of over £3000 including credit cards, loans, payday loans, store cards etc. This fantastic, 5* Trustpilot rated service is offered completely free of charge and I hope that through this partnership awareness of this service is increased to anyone who could benefit from it.

"As a lifelong resident of Oldham, we are delighted to be working with OACT and the Food For Thought initiative and having the opportunity to give something back to those in need. As a company, we are committed to providing those in financial difficulty with information and guidance to get their finances back on track."

Aaron Beckman, TDAS Managing Director

For further information on The Debt Advice Service, please click here.