Labour Leader Keir Starmer visited The Lamex Stadium on Thursday to recognise Stevenage Football Club's efforts in helping the local community during the COVID-19 pandemic...
He was joined by Sharon Taylor, Leader of Stevenage Council and met with CEO Alex Tunbridge to discuss the Club's Coronavirus Community Careline, as well as other Club matters.
Starmer praised the Club and Foundation for demonstrating its commitment to the people of Stevenage over the past six months, in the form of 15,000 sandwiches made and delivered, 500 outbound phone calls offering support, 400 prescriptions collected and much more.
Alex Tunbridge said, "It was nice for Keir and Sharon to visit the Club to thank us for the exceptional work our staff and supporters have carried out during the past 6 months with our Community Careline.
"The visit by the Party Leader shows the impact and magnitude the Careline has had and Keir was thankful for our collective efforts to help support our residents during difficult times."