Tranmere Rovers’ annual Carols on the Argyle Satellite Taxis Kop on Saturday evening proved a great success, with the Wirral community coming out in force to support the event.
Over 500 people took part in Carols on the Argyle Satellite Taxis Kop, which took place at Prenton Park after the fixture against Accrington Stanley.
Chairman Mark Palios and Vice-Chairman Nicola Palios attended the event, which raised funds for the Club’s Super White Christmas Appeal.
Those who participated in Carols on the Argyle Satellite Taxis Kop were treated to performances from local acts and a choir, as well as a sing-along of traditional carols.
Christine Roberts, Head of Matchday and Brand Growth at Tranmere Rovers, said: “It was brilliant to see so many people come along to Carols on the Kop on Saturday.
“We raised valuable money for the Super White Christmas Appeal through the kind donations of the local community, and as a Club, we would like to say thank you.
“The event went really well, and I’m pleased that the whole community came together to support a great Club cause."
TRFC’s Super White Christmas Appeal, which is in line with the Club’s community ticket initiative, will help both children and adults enjoy some of the festive experiences which most of us take for granted.
On Sunday 29th December, before our home game with Blackpool, we will be hosting an event for adults in need.
We are inviting adults who are suffering from loneliness, homelessness or would just need cheering up over the Christmas Period who we think would benefit from this event.
We hope to give adults who might not be able to access a hot meal, someone to talk to or a safe place over Christmas with something to look forward to.
To find out more about Super White Christmas and how to donate, please CLICK HERE