The Peterborough DALROD Phantoms are delighted to throw the spotlight to sponsor Sloan Plumb Wood LLP, who are in their first year of sponsorship with the Phantoms.

Sloan Plumb Wood LLP are a commercial law firm specialising in providing quality legal services to a host of clients from Peterborough, the UK and across the world.

The Peterborough based company prides themselves on working closely with clients to provide the best advice. So what makes Sloan Plumb Wood LLP the right law firm for your company?

– Sloan Plumb Wood LLP are an established modern law firm offering a highly competitive transparent fee structure, giving clients confidence

– This friendly team of experienced solicitors gives peace of mind and client satisfaction every time. This is advocated through a         large number of testimonials and referrals.

It was the Peterborough Phantoms pleasure to have welcomed members of Sloan Plumb Wood LLP to a game just after Christmas and the chance to meet the team in the changing room after the game.

Here is what Carley Watkins, Office Manager of Sloan Plumb Wood LLP had to say about working with the Phantoms and their visit to the game ” We are so pleased to be part of the sponsorship team for the Phantoms, to be involved in such a great sport adds great character to our law firm. It was brilliant to see our logo on the team jersey, and the sense of pride Sloan Plumb Wood LLP have in being a part of this winning team.”

Carley continued ‘ We were at the game just after Christmas and my boys and I loved it, it was an energetic and a thrilling match to watch. We had a wonderful experience and can’t wait to come back.

The Phantoms are proud to call Sloan Plumb Wood a sponsor and work with this reliable trusted law firm now and in the future.

If you are interested in finding out more information on becoming a sponsor for the 2019/20 season please email info@GoPhantoms.co.uk

Picture- Carley, her son and friend awarding Jordan Marr with the Man of the Match award on Sunday 30th December

Picture credit – Tom Scott