Proof that cats and dogs can be great friends!
Sally Fox-Price, Swindon Wildcats Commercial Manager, said, “All the team here at Swindon Wildcats are extremely excited and proud to be supporting The Big Dog Art Trail. Julia’s House children’s hospice are an incredible charity and it is truly an honour to be involved and to help raise funds for them.
“The care they provide for children with life-limiting, life-threatening or terminal conditions is beyond words,” said Sally. “For anyone not already on board, I would urge you to find out more. Not only would you be helping such a worthy cause, but you will gain masses of local business exposure at the same time.”
The Swindon Wildcats are a professional ice hockey team that ply their trade in the NIHL National League, which runs from September all the way through to April each year.
The Cats play their home games at the GLL Better Swindon Ice Rink and have a dedicated fanbase who consistently fill out the arena, which generates a unique and not-to-be-missed atmosphere!
The rink offers some of the best viewing points in British ice hockey and includes several VIP areas, ensuring that everyone is catered for.
Established in 1985, the Wildcats boast a rich and colourful history and proudly celebrated their 30th anniversary in 2016.
With Player/Coach Aaron Nell having assembled a competitive team on the ice and with a committed and dedicated workforce in place behind the scenes, the Swindon Wildcats are looking to move to the next level in the 22/23 season.