Senior associate Nick Alcock, who is the branch manager at the firm’s High Street office in Knaresborough, said: “It’s a thriving club with two senior teams, a Sunday development team and one of the largest junior set ups in the area for children aged 5 to 18.
“The first team has had a strong start to the season and it’s great to see our name on banners around the pitch.”
Knaresborough Cricket Club’s chairman, Andrew Ward, said: “We are a very welcoming and inclusive club and are proud of our members and our facilities, which include outdoor cricket nets and a newly refurbished clubhouse and function room.
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“Established over 200 years ago in 1815, the club is part of the fabric of Knaresborough and it’s wonderful to have established businesses like Dacres supporting us consistently.”
Nick added: “Our roots in Knaresborough date back many years and we are always keen to get involved with local sports clubs and community organisations that play such a valuable part in so many local people’s lives.”
Dacre, Son & Hartley is one of Yorkshire’s largest independent estate agent and has been operating for over 200 years.