New name for Bury Town’s ground as Denny Bros secure stadium naming rights

Left to right: Graham Denny, Lucy Denny, Stephen Jarrold and Russell Ward. Bury Town will play in th

Left to right: Graham Denny, Lucy Denny, Stephen Jarrold and Russell Ward. Bury Town will play in the Denny Bros stadium this season following a sponsorship deal Picture: GOODERHAM PR - Credit: Archant

A family-owned print company has secured naming rights on Bury Town FC’s ground after agreeing a three-year sponsorship deal.

The Blues will play in the Denny Bros Stadium this season after a partnership was announced between the club and the print specialists, based at St Andrews Street South in the town.

Denny Bros initially provided some sponsorship last year, including providing clothing for the club’s volunteers – before securing the naming rights to Ram Meadow this summer.

Stephen Jarrold, sales and marketing director at Denny Bros Ltd, said: “Graham Denny, our managing director, and myself both love football and we support our local team, Bury Town, so it was a simple decision to make to sponsor the main stadium.

“Denny Bros believes in giving something back to our local community and the town’s football team is an important part of Bury St Edmunds.


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“Bury Town are doing some great work in the community and we are delighted to support them in this way.

“We would like to wish everyone connected with Bury Town all the best for the season ahead.”

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Russell Ward, club chairman, said: “It is fantastic that the club now proudly have the name of a long-established Bury company attached to it.

“Denny Bros are well known and well-respected in the town, and both nationally and internationally, and we would like to thank them for their generosity.”

Bury Town begin their Bostik League North Division campaign on Saturday, with a trip to newly-promoted Felixstowe and Walton.

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