06 Dec 19
By Media Team
Posted in Club News

Broncos & Woodlands Academy Xmas card competition

London Broncos and one of their community schools in Woodlands Academy in Ealing have got together to hold a competition for the children to design a Christmas card for the club sponsors to receive this Christmas.

Former Academy player Max Savage, who is now a behaviour mentor at the school, rallied the children and the entries have been flooding in.

With over 50 entries the choice has been a very tough one as there were so many fantastic designs incorporating the club logo, players and of course the big man in red. No not Will Lovell in his 2019 away shirt but Father Christmas himself.

The final four have now been chosen and the winner will be announced to the children at the school next week, 11th December, as the Broncos take part in a day with the London Air Ambulance service at Woodlands Academy.

Community Manager John Keyes said, “We have had such a fantastic response to this competition and the children have all done a fantastic job on their designs. Woodlands Academy is a huge success story for us and them. The school has been into special measures and become an Academy and has now come out the other side and is flourishing again. The Broncos have worked very closely with them on projects from the Princes Trust to this card competition. We are proud to be a part of Woodlands and are looking forward to more initiatives with them in 2020.”

The card design winner will also be a part of the Christmas newsletter that will be sent to all our Season Ticket Holders.