Tuesday: FREE admission to Armed Forces

Armed Forces personnel to be offered free admission to the King’s Lynn game…

A wreath for Remembrance Day

OUR home game against King’s Lynn Town will be FREE to enter to any present or past members of the Armed Forces.

Armed Forces personnel have been able to watch football at Aggborough at a reduced rate from this season, after they were added to the club’s concessionary pricing structure.

With the re-arranged game against the Linnets coming just days before Remembrance weekend, however, the club have opted to make it even easier for those who are serving – or who have served – to take in the action.

The game takes place on Tuesday, 5 November at 7:45pm.

To take up the offer, any such supporters will simply need to show ID at the turnstiles. Following consultation with the National League and Tickets for Troops, we can confirm that any of the following will be accepted:

– An active, current Armed Forces ID Card
– An Official Armed Forces Defence Discount Card
– An UK Armed Forces Veterans ID card

We look forward to welcoming members of the Armed Forces family to Aggborough for the match, before which we will be able to pay our respects to those who have fallen, and continue to make sacrifices.

We’d like to thank Harriers fan, Warwick Nash, and KHIST for their help with the conception and promotion of the initiative.

This initiate replaces the planned effort of a similar nature that had been set for the Gateshead fixture. Our game against the Heed as yet to be re-arranged following their FA Cup progress, and a new date will be formalised in the coming weeks.

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