I continue to be excited about how energised and engaging our football club is, on and off the pitch, as we continue another busy run of games.

We held our ‘Kids for a Quid’ initiative again for our recent home game against Dorking Wanderers, and the response was, once again, fantastic.

We had over 1,200 fans under the age of 16 in the stadium and were very close to having a complete sell-out in the home ends. Incredible support.

I’d like to thank everyone who attended, and to SJL Insurance Services for subsiding the cost of the junior tickets, helping to support the club and the local community.

We have more exciting days at Aggborough coming up. Our next match there is against York City and we’re again anticipating a sizeable crowd, so please get your tickets early to avoid missing out. We’ll again be doing Kids for a Quid, when accompanied to the game by an adult.

Soon after that we’ll host Altrincham here on Good Friday, where we’ll have the initiative in place again. Perhaps more importantly, Good Friday will also be a big community day for us.

Midlands Air Ambulance Charity will also be in attendance with a deconstructed aircraft pod that children can visit and climb inside to learn more about. There will also be face painting, great food and an atmosphere that the whole family can enjoy, so we look forward to welcoming you.

Phil Brown, our manager, has been doing the rounds of local schools in recent weeks.

Our connection with our local community – young people especially – is vital, and seeing the way children and their families are connecting with us this season is truly special.

Please continue your incredible support of the club, on the field with days like Good Friday, and with our fantastic programme of events which includes evenings with Ian Holloway, Stuart Pearce and Steve Bull, all coming soon.