Over 500 tickets were donated to local schools and community groups through the ticket donation scheme ahead of tomorrow’s match against Northampton Town at Brunton Park.
A full list of donations made is below, with a huge thank you to everyone who supported the call to arms.
The first donation was from Mr Caddy who donated tickets to the Restorative Justice Team in Carlisle.
Louise Lorimer, Catherine Clark and James Ian Mitchell all donated tickets to Yewdale Primary School, who also benefitted from an anonymous donation.
Adrian Hogarth from Cumbrian Properties donated 100 tickets which were split between Newman School, Nelson Thomlinson and Richard Rose Central.
Steve Kilner, Linda & Mike Whalley and Matt Spooner from World Group donated tickets to Kingmoor School.
Steven Welsh from Fendra Ltd donated tickets to Belle Vue School, who also benefitted from an anonymous donation.
Tracy Sturgess and Lee Rotherham donated tickets to Upperby Primary School.
Fred Story from Story Homes kindly donated 200 tickets which were split between Trinity School, Caldew School and William Howard.
Nick Gardner from Vesta Wealth donated tickets to Carlisle Centurions U14’s and Langwathby U9’s.
Andrew Dunning donated tickets to the Youth Zone in Carlisle.
Andrew Ferguson donated tickets to Stanwix School in Carlisle.
The London Branch and Linda & Mike Whalley donated tickets to Tomlinson Junior School in Wigton.
The London Branch also donated a further batch of tickets which were split between the Community sports Trust Mental Health Group and Stanwix Girls football teams.
Solway Plastering & Tiling Ltd donated tickets to Warwick Wanderers Girls U8’s.
Robin Graham donated tickets which have been given to Anti Racism Cumbria.
Angus Grant from Carlisle Brass donated tickets which have been given to Women’s Panah, PiNC and The Mosque.
CUSG have donated tickets to the CUFC Ladies team and Multicultural Cumbria.
Anonymous donations were also made to Carlisle Foodbank, The Rock and Norman Street School.