Lifeline have funded the purchase of brand-new camera equipment to enhance the club’s media output.
Every year Lifeline provides tremendous financial support to the club thanks to its 2,500 members, who pay £2 a week to be in with a chance of winning weekly and annual cash prizes while also qualifying for a host of exclusive benefits.
Last summer the club received a large sum to fund essential pitch works, scoreboard maintenance and network cabling around the stadium.
And Lifeline has now helped the club purchase a new video camera, microphones and associated equipment to be used by the club’s media team.
Media and Communications Manager, Nick Richardson, said: “I would like to express my immense gratitude to the Lifeline committee for sanctioning the purchase of this equipment.
“On behalf of the club I would also like to thank members for their continued support. If you haven’t joined the waiting list, please do so by clicking here
Multimedia Editor Steven Carter, who is responsible for producing the club’s video content, added: “Supporters will hopefully already have noticed much better picture quality in recent weeks.
“There are lots of other advantages, too, such as being able to shoot in 4K and super-slow motion.
“From a personal point of view I’m really excited about this – what was already a very enjoyable and rewarding job will be transformed.
“We’ve been holding on to new ideas that we wanted to introduce and now we’ll be able to push on and improve what we offer to the fans on a day-to-day basis.”