Money raised through Notts County’s Lifeline membership will pay for the installation of a new public address system at Meadow Lane.
The popular scheme has handed over £120,000 to the club over the last 12 months, helping Notts install a state-of-the-art 4g pitch in the Family Stand and covering the cost of a significant upgrade to Meadow Lane’s IT infrastructure.
And now funds generated through the membership are being used to enhance supporters’ matchday experience by providing them with a clearer, louder PA which will make announcements and music much easier to hear.
Lifeline coordinator Lynn Lawson said: “It’s been another brilliant year for Lifeline, with the membership continuing to go from strength to strength.
“We currently have in the region of 2,000 members and we’re thrilled with the exceptional continued support, especially considering the scheme will be 32 years old in September.
“Don’t forget, weekly draws for £1,000 will continue throughout the summer so, if you haven’t already, get yourself signed up and help the club pay for more worthwhile projects in the future.”
Amanda Fletcher, Notts County's commercial director, added: "On behalf of the football club I would like to say a huge thank you to everyone who contributes to the Lifeline membership.
"The funds raised through Lifeline truly are a huge help to the club and we are very grateful for this support."
Click here to learn more about Lifeline.
Date for the diary
Lifeline’s annual Christmas celebration will take place on Friday 21 December.
There will be a four-course dinner and entertainment courtesy of a Robbie Williams tribute act.
More details about the event (£30 per person) will follow in due course.