Manor Royal BID has gifted the Southeast Coast Ambulance Service free match tickets as part of the Crawley Town Football Club’s Gratitude Scheme. In addition to the tickets included in the club’s Gratitude Scheme, a portion of the tickets purchased by fans from the ‘donate a ticket’ section of the Crowdfunding scheme will also be included.
The Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme aims to give away 2,000 home match tickets to recognise the contributions local companies and organisations have made to their local community. Manor Royal BID is one of the partners in the scheme and were delighted to have nominated the Southeast Coast Ambulance Service whose Make Ready Centre is based on the Business District.
Steve Sawyer, Executive Director of the Manor Royal BID said;
“The past couple of years have been the clearest reminder of much we need our NHS. Throughout the pandemic, not only did they never stop, they were busier than ever. We couldn’t be more proud of having the South East Coast Ambulance Service based in Manor Royal. We are truly grateful for the work they do and delighted to nominate them to receive a gratitude reward.”
Dave Atkins, Operations Manager at South East Coast Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust said;
“We are so grateful for this nomination from Manor Royal BID and I know our team will be delighted to have tickets to see any home game. A big thank you to Crawley Town FC”
Alex Watts, Revenue Manager at Crawley Town FC said;
“It has been great to hear and read about the crucial work the Southeast Coast Ambulance Service does on a daily basis. We are looking forward to welcoming their staff to one of our games in the near future. The Crawley Town Gratitude Scheme captures the importance that we place, as a club, on giving back to the community and rewarding those who deserve it through even the smallest of gestures.”