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Kitmas update, Fair Frome and wear it Red

We're entering the final couple of days of our Kitmas campaign we are currently looking to provide over 80 shirts to children of low income families. To mark this we have a number of initiatives and updates to communicate.

With the Kitmas campaign closing on the 1st December we have placed the initial order to cover at least 100 shirts to be provided to Fair Frome to distribute in time for Christmas. In addition to the shirts and each child will be provided a season ticket card. The campaign with Fair Frome set out to initially provided 25 shirts to children in low income families, who might not be able to afford football shirts this Christmas. Football shirts are increasingly expensive for top flight clubs and our involvement has enabled us to help provide our club shirts to even more children in the local area. In addition our players have all agreed to also provided a chocolate selection box to each child.

If your company would like to add anything to the collection we would ask they these are provided on the 11th of December at our home match directly to Fair Frome.

We will be holding a collection day for items for their foodbanks in the new year in line with the period where Fair Frome seasonally receive less donations.

With the handing out of the club shirts at Christmas, our fixture against Melksham Town on the 27th December, we continue to be our 'Wear it Red' day, where we will be continuing to ask fans where possible to show their colours and wear something red. In line with this we have now order 100 double sided Club scarves that should be available to purchase in person at our Willand Rovers match on the 11th of December at a price of £15. These will be available on a first come first served at the WIlland Rovers match and at our Melksham fixture to help as man people that attend to show their colours. Any remaining scarves will be then added to our club shop.


Shelter's No Home Kit

The club have now been made aware of the league's intention to join in with Shelter's No home kit campaign on the 27th December, unfortunately the club will not be participating in the day itself due it being release way after our club agreed programmes. However if the event does happen again next year we will look to participate. If you do wish to support Shelter at this time, please visit their website.


Wear something red...



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