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Latest News - 05/03/2021

Club Toasts Annandale Distillery Link-Up

The club are delighted to the support shown from local company Annandale Distillery as they added us to the local organisations that they currently support.

The distillery has it’s roots set into our community and we’re delighted to join Annan Rugby Club, Annan Riding of the Marches, Annan Pipe Band and Annan Town Band in gaining their support.

Located on the outskirts of our town and five minutes from the ground it has went from strength to strength since reopening and is recognised by its globally highly acclaimed Man O’ Sword as well as the fruity, unpeated Man O’ Words Single Malt.


Speaking about the link-up Distillery General Manager David Ashton Hyde said: “Annandale Distillery has proudly sponsored local Annan institutions for many years and we’re very pleased to announce that we’ve recently teamed-up with Annan Athletic FC.  The club has a rich local and footballing history as well as working hard at putting something back into the local community.
Annandale Distillery also sponsors Annan Rugby Football Club, Annan Town Band, Annan Pipe Band and Annan Riding of the Marches, all of whom play an important role in the locality.”

Speaking on the link-up Director of Football Cameron Bell said; “We at Annan Athletic are delighted to have the opportunity to form a partnership with Annandale distillery. The distillery has shown to be a major contributor to the local community. I would like to thank David Thompson and David Ashton-Hyde for their support and look forward to working to develop our partnership.”


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