Ely Outdoor Sports Association star in Christmas video by energy provider Calor Gas

PUBLISHED: 16:16 12 December 2018 | UPDATED: 16:16 12 December 2018

Ely Outdoor Sports Association (EOSA) is celebrating its 25th year with a new kitchen mainly provided with cash from the Calor Community Fund. Hughes Electrical also helped them. 
Members of the hockey, rugby and tennis clubs in the new kitchen

Ely Outdoor Sports Association (EOSA) is celebrating its 25th year with a new kitchen mainly provided with cash from the Calor Community Fund. Hughes Electrical also helped them. Members of the hockey, rugby and tennis clubs in the new kitchen

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An Ely sports club has featured in a video created by a national energy provider to say thank you for a £5,000 grant which funded a new kitchen for their clubhouse.

Ely Outdoor Sports Association (EOSA) is celebrating its 25th year with a new kitchen mainly provided with cash from the Calor Community Fund. Hughes Electrical also helped them. The old kitchenEly Outdoor Sports Association (EOSA) is celebrating its 25th year with a new kitchen mainly provided with cash from the Calor Community Fund. Hughes Electrical also helped them. The old kitchen

Local stars Ely Outdoor Sports Association (EOSA) feature in the Calor Gas 12 Days of Christmas video.

It comes as earlier this year, the association, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary, was delighted with a new kitchen that a successful bid to the Calor Community Fund secured.

The kitchen is used by members of the hockey, rugby and tennis clubs for their team teas as well as for their social events.

The bar and social area is also available for hire by the local community and with the new kitchen and has a sound system in the social area for events.

To help inject some Christmas spirit to local communities across the nation, Calor created the festive video focusing on the many different projects its annual funding scheme has helped over the past two years.

The aim of the Calor Rural Community Fund is to give off-grid communities the chance to gain grants for projects that will improve local life.

To register for the 2019 scheme, which will launch next April, visit: https://www.calor.co.uk/communityfund/about-the-fund/.

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