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The Wait is Nearly Over for Whitelees

Fri, 12th Mar 2010 11:18am

Youngsters and parents from Whitelees Primary School will be hoping to cheer the Bully Wee on to victory against Cowdenbeath tomorrow.

The local school was selected to be the first to sample the new community day at Broadwood, but had to wait for their big day after the Stirling Albion match was called off.

As well as getting to watch the Second Division match and meet the players, everyone will be able to enjoy a pre-match magic show inside the stadium!

For the fantastic price of just £5, each child and one parent/guardian will enjoy all of the following:-

1.45pm: Arrival at main reception
1.45pm: Broadwood Suite (reserved seating and bar service available)
2.00pm: Complimentary tea/juice
2.10pm: Magician
2.40pm: Team sheets
3.00pm: Reserved seating for match
4.45pm: Broadwood Suite for participation in post match awards
5.00pm: Autographs & photos with the team
6.00pm: Guests depart

Uptake has been strong from the Abronhill primary and future games will see further schools and youth groups in Cumbernauld welcomed along to enjoy this day with a difference.

If you are part of a local school or youth organisation that would like to be invited as a group, commercial manager Martin O'Neill would also be delighted to hear from you to arrange a suitable match. He can be contacted at [email protected] or on 07976 569787.

Pictured on homepage: John McCormack and Connor Stevenson meet Whitelees pupils and headteacher, Ann Kay (courtesy Cumbernauld News)