Prospect Tree Mortgages are proud to become on of Kent Cricket Clubs sponsors. Whilst continuing to sponsor Joe Denly’s playing shirt we have added Jordan Cox ‘s shirt to the Prospect Tree Mortgages player stable.
Kent retained Division 1 status in the County Championship in 2019 and are looking to build on the success of the season in 2020. There are lots of young players coming through the ranks showing the type of quality the Kent Cricket Academy is able to produce.
We can’t wait to see Jordan play this coming season and whilst we hope Joe continues to play for England throughout the season we can’t help but hope we get to see some of his wonderful stroke play at The St. Lawrence Ground in the upcoming season as well.
With close ties to Kent County Cricket Club and Kent League Cricket Prospect Tree Mortgages are keen to take the next step in supporting the county, players and supporters alike.
The Aspinall FoundatioN
Prospect Tree Mortgages are proud to have become The Aspinall Foundation’s corporate partner. We believe that through their vital work The Aspinall Foundation has an enormous impact on not only the wellbeing of the animals in their care but the longevity of entire species.
The Aspinall Foundation’s vision
Their commitment is to conservation, through captive breeding, education and reintroduction. They are working in some of the world’s most fragile environments to save endangered animals and return them to the wild.
Back to The Wild
The Aspinall Foundation's founder, John Aspinall, dreamed of reintroducing gorillas bred at Howletts and Port Lympne back to the wild almost as soon as he started collecting and breeding them in the early 1970s.
Today, this dream is being carried forward by his son, and current chairman of The Aspinall Foundation, Damian Aspinall. They believe that the reintroduction of animals into their natural habitats can help conserve wildlife and their habitat.
Over the past few years alone, they have released Back to The Wild a range of animals including 8 black rhino, 12 grizzled langurs and 90 ebony langurs, 33 Javan gibbons, 11 European bison and over 70 western lowland gorillas back to their natural habitat.
Over 30 years later, the mission remains the same
The Aspinall Foundation believe that animals deserve, wherever possible, to live in their natural environments, free from persecution by humans – from hunting, trapping and loss of their habitat. For too long humans have threatened and destroyed the forests, plains and rivers that animals live in. They have a responsibility, a duty, to tackle this destruction and rebuild the population of the many endangered animals.
There are three strands to their work: