The club’s community programme attracted local schools in the L4, L5, L6 and Kirkby districts, as well as regular Red Neighbours participants and their grandkids, to its half-term breakfast clubs.
Details about Alan Kennedy and Paul Smith join Anfield’s Red Neighbours breakfast clubs
Together with their nourishing breakfast, family enjoyed a variety of activities such as a brief tour of Anfield, dancing, skills with Mighty Red, and a raffle with the chance to win some fantastic prizes.
Visitors may also participate in a Q&A with Liverpool boxing champion and LFC fan Paul Smith, as well as Reds icon Alan Kennedy.
“We know that the cost-of-living problem continues to place an additional pressure on many families, especially over the school holidays,” said Jen Dargan, senior coordinator for Red Neighbours.
“That’s why it’s critical to bring the LFC family together and help our local communities in whatever way we can.”
Almost 8,000 people benefited from Red Neighbours’ breakfast clubs at Anfield and Breakfast Clubs To You deliveries last season.