Manager Jamie Fullarton has signed up for Lifeline....
As Jamie Fullarton prepares for his first game in charge at Meadow Lane he has signed up for Notts County's Lifeline.
Lifeline helps to raise crucial funds for the club, having been set up in 1986 after a period of financial struggle for Notts County.
Membership is only £2 a week and offers £1,450 in cash prizes every week in a members draw, as well as an annual draw with top prizes of £10,000 cash and a car.
Jamie urged others to join him as a Lifeline member, "Schemes like this are a key part of any football club, and in my time here already I've been told the importance of Lifeline for Notts County and the positive effect it has had in their history."
"I'm delighted to sign up to support Lifeline and Notts County and I would urge all fans to do the same, hopefully I'll win some match tickets in a future draw!"
Head of Lifeline Operations Lynn Lawson added, "I'm pleased that the new manager has come in and straight away is backing what is a crucial part of the club's history. Jamie has signed up without hesitation, having not even been here two weeks, and it's great to see that he is pleased to be a part of it."
"I hope that the manager can lead as an example and encourage more fans to sign up to Lifeline."
Click here for more information on how to sign up to Lifeline.