Glow-Worm gives Portsmouth FC a burst of energy with donation of new boiler

The signed shirt will be auctioned off to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust through the Portsmouth branch of City Plumbing Supplies.

The signed shirt will be auctioned off to raise money for the Teenage Cancer Trust through the Portsmouth branch of City Plumbing Supplies.

UK heating manufacturer, , has come to the aid of Portsmouth Football Club after its boiler broke down, leaving the club with no heating or hot water for the players’ showers.

The company donated a 30kW Glow-worm Energy combination boiler paired with a Climapro wireless heating control, so that the heating and hot water can be adjusted from any point on site.

As a token of its gratitude, the club gave away three shirts: one signed by striker, Conor Chaplin; one signed by centre back, Jack Whatmough; and a final shirt signed by both players.

Gas engineers in the local area can get their hands on the shirt signed by Jack Whatmough through a sales promotion with Williams & Co Portsmouth.

Conor’s signed shirt will be given away through Glow-worm’s installer loyalty scheme, Club Energy, to the member who registers the most boilers throughout May – August.

The donation came about after Glow-worm was approached by Club Energy member and lifelong Pompey fan, Keith Hooper, at Pentland Plumbing.