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A voluntary organisation who have supported disabled and disadvantaged people through the pandemic enjoyed a day out at Crawley Town as part of the club's Gratitude Scheme.

26 January 2022

Twenty people from Circles Network UK watched the Reds play against Tranmere Rovers on Saturday after being nominated to receive free tickets for their work during the Covid pandemic.

Circles Network, who are based within the grounds of Crawley Town's stadium, have offices in Peterborough and Scotland and in the South East has provided 1-1 support to disabled and disadvantaged people of all ages in transformation and empowering ways to live fulfilling and inclusive lives.

Project manager Stevie Ruxton said: "Everyone at Circles Network was thrilled to be nominated for the tickets and these were able to be shared with the wider team in Peterborough. They had been hoping to visit Crawley Football Stadium and watch a game with the Crawley team for some time but due to Covid, this was unable to happen. A great day was had by all, even if the result was not as we wanted, although one staff member who is an avid Tranmere Rovers fan was very pleased."

The club, in conjunction with key stakeholders including the Crawley Observer, is giving away 2,000 tickets to companies in the local area as part of the Crawley Town Gratitude scheme.

Picture and article courtesy of the Crawley Observer.

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