Notts County FC will be heading to the Queens Medical Centre this Easter as part of the annual Easter Egg appeal.
Fans are invited should they wish to make donations of the eggs to the club, which can be accepted in the Club Shop or Main Reception over the coming weeks.
First Team Manager Jamie Fullarton and his players will be behind the visit, culminating in visiting children at the hospital over the Easter period to take time out with those less fortunate than ourselves.
Lifelong fan, Rob Bristol started the relationship with the hospitals many years ago and since then with support of the Club this has become a long standing partnership.
Rob said: “We are gearing up for another successful fundraiser this Easter and I call on all fellow Magpies to get behind this with us!”
Community Officer & Club Dietician Matt Lawson runs the visit from the club’s side: “The Easter Appeal started a number years ago by Rob and has become such a huge event for us. We are grateful to our brilliant fans who rally behind this so well each year.”
The visit takes place the afternoon of Monday, March 21st so you have until then to get your eggs down to Meadow Lane. Thank you as ever for your support!