Michael Appleton, Lincoln City FC Manager, has sent messages to those missing out on Mascot opportunities and celebrating their birthday the LNER Stadium, as well as to Lincoln City Foundation partner schools.
Primary Schools working with Lincoln City Foundation through the Schools Programme have received a message of thanks and recognition as they continue to support their communities and provide primary placements for the children of key workers throughout the Coronavirus outbreak.
Manraj Sucha, Schools Manager at Lincoln City Foundation said “as one Lincoln City, we wanted to take the time to show our partner schools our appreciation for their dedication and commitment to their children and their families during this difficult time".
“We understand our local schools have been working extremely hard to provide a safe environment for the children throughout this crisis, enabling many of our essential services to keep going.”
Lincoln City Foundation engage with many young people throughout their programme delivery, including providing matchday activities at Lincoln City FC.
Due to the suspension of fixtures played at LNER Stadium many have missed out on supporting the Imps as a Mascot or not been able to celebrate their birthday with the Foundation team.
Manraj continues: “We cannot wait to resume our face-to-face delivery across schools in Lincoln, Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire, when it is safe to do so and we can be confident we are able play our part in keeping the children and teaching staff safe. We are busy working with our schools during this time and are looking ahead to what we can offer now, and in the future.”
Updates on our Mascot and birthday packages at LNER Stadium will follow, for more information about our matchday activities you can click here.