Key Sponsors of the Lionheart Academies Trust Digital Devices Campaign

Bakers Waste

Thank you Bakers Waste, for pledging five Chromebooks to our Digital Devices campaign! Established in 2002 by Paul Baker, Bakers Waste is a Leicestershire-based waste management provider, offering extensive waste management solutions to a wide range of clients and organisations.


Bakers Waste has long supported the Lionheart Academies Trust, not only by delivering excellent waste management solutions to our eleven schools but also by sponsoring each of our Student Celebration Evenings.


Paul is actively involved in ensuring the continued success of young people in Leicestershire, advocating measures to boom Leicestershire’s community and economy alike. He said


"We're really pleased to be sponsoring Lionheart Academies Trust. We feel fortunate and humbled that in these unprecedented times Bakers Waste are able to support our local community’s education system. Learning that our support will enable disadvantaged students to work from home and stay safe has made me incredibly proud. I look forward to seeing these student’s go on to contribute to the Leicestershire business community for many years to come."


To find out more, visit Bakers Waste’s website here.

Cross Productions

A huge thank you to Cross Productions, the first business to sponsor five Chromebooks for our Digital Devices campaign! Cross Productions, and its sister company Niche Magazine, is owned by Jenny Cross, a Lionheart Alumna and ex-student of Beauchamp College.


A long-time partner of the Lionheart Academies Trust, having sponsored our annual Student Celebration Evenings since its launch in 2017, Cross Productions helps businesses raise brand awareness, build successful connections and generate consumer interest.


With a keen interest in the growth of the local community and its economy, Jenny said


“I’m thrilled to have pledged Chromebooks to the Lionheart Academies Trusts appeal. In order for the local economy to strive, we must invest in future workforces. I know that an employee’s socioeconomic background makes no difference to the ideas they can contribute, or the success they can achieve, but they do have to be given equal opportunities from the beginning.”


To find out more, visit Cross Productions’ website here.