Both players and manager Michael Duff have been reaching out to Cheltenham Town supporters to check on their welfare during the current coronavirus pandemic.
Duff and first team players Luke Varney and Will Boyle have been on the phone to some of the club's senior season ticket holders to find out how they are doing, whether they need any help that the club can provide such as shopping deliveries, and to talk football.
The current lockdown in the UK is affecting huge parts of society and particularly the mental wellbeing of some of the population.
As a community focused club, the Robins have been commited to doing what they can to help the local community and our fanbase, with Duff, Boyle and Varney picking up the phone to speak to a number of different supporters who all reported to be doing well.
The Cheltenham Town Community Trust have also been stepping up their online interaction with supporters with daily football challenges and fitness exercises, including with club mascot Whaddney, that fans can enjoy when at home.
If you know a fan who needs support at this difficult time please get in touch with us and we'll do everything we can to lend our help where possible, as we all look forward to coming together at the Jonny-Rocks Stadium again soon to enjoy getting behind the lads on the pitch when they're back out on the pitch.