Notts County Lifeline has treated three young fans to the experience of a lifetime this weekend.
Charlie Phillips, 6, and Olivia Phillips, 19, from When You Wish Upon A Star, as well as Keaton Knighton, 13, from Indigo Kids were drawn at random to be our matchday mascots for this Saturday’s Meadow Lane fixture with Stevenage (3pm kick-off) – the club’s annual Lifeline Day.
The trio of mascots will meet the Notts players before kick-off, lead them out onto the pitch for and will also receive the new home strip.
When You Wish Upon A Star aim to grant the wishes of children suffering from life threatening illnesses. For more information, click here.
Indigo Kids is a support group for children with autism or social and communication difficulties, their parents and siblings For more information, click here.
Tickets for this weekend’s game are available by visiting www.nottscountydirect.co.uk.
Lifeline is a big supporter of the club, having donated in excess of £100,000 each year since its launch in 1986.
This is made possible by the backing of the Magpies’ fans, who pay £2 every seven days to enter the weekly draw for prizes of up to £10,000.
To sign up to Lifeline, click here.