HEATING and hot water products manufacturer Worcester, Bosch Group is seeking a youth sports teams to receive a £1,000 donation.

The company wants local people to nominate their choice for the award, in recognition of all the family members who shiver on the sidelines while they watch the children in action.

The nationwide campaign is backed by former England footballer and ‘I’m a Celebrity’ contestant Wayne Bridge and ex-England rugby player and ‘Dancing on Ice’ winner Kyran Bracken.

The sports stars returned to their youth teams and laid on a treat for parents, providing them with hot drinks, bacon sandwiches and blankets during the game.

Sue Pennington, Consumer Brand Manager at Worcester, Bosch Group, said: “Youth sport is such an important part of local communities, so this year we wanted to give something back – not just to the players, but to the parents and coaches who give up their time and energy every week to celebrate their children’s love of sport.

“It would be great to visit a grass-roots team in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge, so we can show local parents and spectators that they can rely on Worcester to keep them warm.”

To nominate a club, locals should visit www.worcester-bosch.co.uk/rely before July 30, stating in 100 words why the team deserves Worcester’s support.