Six local secondary schools received the first batch of donated tickets on Thursday afternoon as first team players went along to meet pupils and to give them the good news.
Richard Rose Central Academy, Trinity School, Richard Rose Morton Academy, Caldew School, William Howard School and Newman School all received 100 tickets each.
Thomas Graham & Sons, Rickerby, H&H Reeds Printers, A-Z Vechicle Dismanstlers and MH Industrial all donated tickets this week, and the players visited all six schools to hand deliver them.
Aaron Hayden and Omari Patrick visited Richard Rose Morton and Caldew Schools. They handed out the tickets before signing various autographs during lunchtime.
Caldew School was next, as the lads met students as well as the year 12 Young Enterprise students, who told Aaron and Omari all about the festival packs they are creating as we head into the festival season.
Gethin Jones visited Richard Rose Central where students who have excelled throughout the year were invited to meet him and receive their tickets, before he popped round the corner to Trinity School to deliver their tickets to their most improved students.
Josh Kayode and Taylor Charters went to William Howard School, where students met the lads before their PE lesson. The tickets will be handed out to their sports teams and students who are performing well in lessons.
Lewis Alessandra and Nick Anderton went to see Newman School, where a group were on hand to chat with the players as they accpeted their special delivery.
If your business is interested in getting involved in our ticket donation scheme, please email email@example.com
You can buy any number of tickets and donate them to a local community group or school of your choice, and we will try and come along to personally deliver the tickets with a first team player!
All donations will be covered on our social media channels.
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