A number of Robins players joined manager Michael Duff and Emma Wilcox, wife of chairman Andy, to visit Acorns Children’s Hospice in Worcester on Tuesday as part of a Christmas visit.
Acorns is the club’s official charity partner for the 2018-19 season and first team players Luke Varney, Chris Hussey, Scott Flinders, Ben Tozer and captain Johnny Mullins dropped by to visit the hospice, which provides care and support for children with life limiting or life threatening conditions and their families.
The hospice on Bath Road in Worcester has been open since March 2005 and is one of three specialist children’s hospices run by the charity.
The players and manager were able to see the hospice’s specialist facilities, including hydrotherapy pool, multisensory room and adolescent lounge, and took part in arts and crafts during their visit.
Acorns recently launched their Christmas appeal for 2018. Find out more about their appeal and how you can donate to their work online here.