Fernham Homes director and Angels' Chairman holding shirts

Tonbridge Angels Partners Fernham Homes in 2-year Sponsorship Deal

Tonbridge Angels FC and Fernham Homes have today announced an exciting new two-year partnership, which includes a significant five-figure sponsorship agreement and united two well-known and thriving organisations based in the West Kent town.

As well as the eye-catching Fernham Homes logo featuring prominently on both Angels’ home and away shirts, the new sponsor will be entertaining clients and hosting meetings at the football club’s hospitality complex, in addition to advertising across the club’s various communications channels.

For more than 20 years, Fernham Homes has been building exceptional properties across Kent, and takes great pride in creating high quality homes that exceed expectations.

Angels’ supporters will of course be able to purchase 1st team replica shirts featuring the Fernham Homes logo, thereby increasing exposure around the local area, and further afield, with online orders available from through the Angels online ticketing portal.

Tonbridge Angels Chaie, Dave Netherstreet said today:.

“We are delighted to announce this partnership that brings together a community-based football club and a local company based in Tonbridge that employs a number of local people; it is a perfect synergy.”

Paul Rosbrook, Director at Fernham Homes, responded:

“We are excited to partner with Tonbridge Angels – being based in Tonbridge it is a great opportunity for us to get more involved in the community.”

Family in front of their house

From The Busy City To Village Life

Alfonso Enciso and Marcela Castro knew exactly what they wanted from their new home – a safe, quiet and spacious environment in which to raise their 22-month-old daughter Mariana. In the face of the pandemic, they chose to leave London and re-located to Fernham Homes’ Boughton Park development in historic Boughton Monchelsea.

“When we came to see the house for the first time, we liked the green spaces and the village itself and immediately fell in love with the surroundings.” Recalled Alfonso, 42, who works as a web developer. He and Marcela, a 32-year-old graphic designer, were living in their first home in Lewisham, but with Mariana now toddling around and recent lockdowns highlighting the lack of space, they were keen to leave the city behind.

“Living in London has some advantages, but it is definitively noisy, and we wanted to move somewhere quiet and a little further from the centre of town.” Explained Alfonso. With both successfully working remotely, looking further afield was straightforward, and with nearby Maidstone station offering services to London St Pancras in 51 minutes and London Victoria in just over an hour, commuting was still perfectly possible from a more rural location.

With a little financial help through the Stamp Duty holiday, the couple chose the five-bedroom detached “Greenacres” house type which comes with its own garage and two sets of French doors leading into the enclosed rear garden. “We needed a bigger place to raise our little one, and we liked the open plan spaces, kitchen, living room, bathrooms and garden. We liked pretty much everything!”

A few weeks after moving in, the couple are delighted with their home and their new surroundings. “We like how it feels like a small community when entering the development.” Said Alfonso. “There are some parks around which we have been to which are great. We feel more relaxed now that we have more space.”