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#GOODVIBRATIONS: McKnight & Son Builders donate Leyton Orient tickets to two local groups

Scotby School and The Rock receive tickets

13 March 2020

Local builders McKnight & Son have donated 75 tickets to Scotby School and a further 17 tickets to The Rock Project in Currock.

Nick Anderton and Gethin Jones joined Wayne McKnight at Scotby School on Wednesday morning as they met the school's football team, who received the first batch of tickets. 

Wayne said: "McKnight & Son do a lot of work with Scotby School so when we heard about the ticket donation scheme we knew it was a great chance for us to strengthen those links. 

"We'll also be donating 17 tickets to The Rock in Currock, so children who attend that facility can also come and enjoy the match and get involved in the #GoodVibrations match day." 

Defender Nick Anderton said: "It was good to meet the school football team and it was obvious from their reaction that they were delighted to be receiving the tickets.

"There were quite a few Carlisle fans amongst them, and hopefully the donation of the tickets will add a few more, who will then continue to come to our games. Reaching out to youngsters like this is what it's all about and I'd like to thank Wayne and his staff, on behalf of the players, for helping with this ticket promotion in this way."

If your business is interested in getting involved in our ticket donation scheme, please email commercial@carlisleunited.co.uk

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.

Click HERE for full details on our #GoodVibrations ticket promotion.


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