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Our first-team have been showing their support to The Ravensbourne School’s food bank over the past week.

The School’s effort aims to deal directly with students and their families, with staff being in close communication appealing for donations and working to help those who need support.

The Club and TRS have formed a close partnership over the years, with it being one of three campuses for our Academy scholars. A number of Club staff have also graduated from the School in very recent years before entering their current roles at Hayes Lane, including First-Team Sports Therapist Rich Stirling and Media & Marketing Officer James Tanner.

Staff from TRS shared their “thanks to all for your very generous donations”, with the first-team effort organised by Manager Neil Smith and Academy Director & Assistant First-Team Manager Mark Hammond.

For those needing support during this time, a reminder that our Community Support careline remains open. Supporters can contact us on 0208 460 5291. The phone line is open from Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm. Alternatively, if you know of someone who would benefit from a call from us, email info@bromleyfc.co.uk.

For information on the food banks operating in Bromley please head to the council’s website by clicking here.

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