Tranmere Rovers manager Keith Hill paid a visit to a participant on TRIC’s dementia group programme and also attended a skills session ran by the charity at local primary school, Portland.
The Rovers boss spent the afternoon seeing first-hand the fantastic work Tranmere Rovers Community Trust do on a daily basis to support the local area.
Today, the English Football League marked its fifth Day of Action, where all 72 Clubs from its three divisions come together to demonstrate the impact that football has in positively changing people’s lives.
Throughout the Day of Action, Club players and managers joined participants in a range of community activities including food bank deliveries, projects to tackle loneliness and mental health, support programmes for refugees and asylum seekers, initiatives for children living in poverty, and disability sports sessions.
Keith said: “It was a humbling experience. I really enjoyed meeting everyone and it was my first real experience of meeting the local community.”
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