Here at First Class Supply, we are really proud of the difference we make to our local community, especially our local schools.
Our ethos is simple – it’s important to us to ‘give something back’ and we’re delighted to have made a real difference in our partner schools. Not as ‘one offs’, but consistently in recognition of the relationships we have formed.
Our exclusive partnerships with the well-respected Newcastle United Foundation, the Newcastle Falcons Community Foundation and Seven Stories, the National Centre for Children’s Books, has enabled us to ensure thousands of local school children have enjoyed interactive workshops, events and unique sporting experiences and training at no cost to our schools.
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Wednesday 29th of January 2014
As part of our partnership with The Newcastle United Foundation, First Class Supply are able to offer 28 tickets as a prize to enjoy a ‘First Match’ experience!
The prize is to enable those children who haven’t yet had the opportunity to attend a football match to do so, free of charge, as well as enjoying a behind-the-scenes tour and the opportunity to record their memories of the match.
The match itself is against Aston Villa on Sunday, 23rd February, kick off at 13:30. The 28 tickets are to include chaperones/parents and there will also be two fully vetted members of the Newcastle United Foundation in attendance.
We have already notified all our schools, but if for some reason you missed our email, just send us an email with the subject ‘First Match Experience’ and ‘Yes please!’ by Monday, 3rd February, 12:00. The winning school will be picked at random and you will be informed before the end of the school day on the 3rd.
Pre and post-match stadium visits are expected to take place on either the Wednesday or Thursday before and after the match. Further details will be provided once the winning schools has been selected.
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